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Cindy McCain: ‘I want to feel like my president cares about me’

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After formally endorsing Joe Biden for president, Cindy McCain, widow of Republican Sen. John McCain, tells TODAY she came to the decision because she’s “deeply concerned” about what’s been going on in the country. “I’m hoping that I can encourage suburban women to take another look” at Biden, she says, adding that she believes that he “is the better man and will make the better president.”