Cindy McCain said she was "proud" of Arizonans for voting in record numbers and urged the Trump administration to "accept the results and get on with the healing we need."
"Arizonans should not be trying to cast doubt on the legitimate outcome of this race," McCain said in a statement.
McCain described Biden as "a man of honor" who would "heal the wounds caused by the outgoing administration."
Cindy McCain, philanthropist and wife of late Republican Sen. John McCain, said she was "proud of the voters in Arizona" for showing up in record numbers and urged the Trump administration to "accept the results and get on with the healing we need."
Then-Vice President Joe Biden at a mock swearing-in ceremony with Sen. John McCain and his wife, Cindy, on Capitol Hill, January 5, 2011.
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