Republican candidate John McCain on Thursday outlined a litany of problems the next U.S. president will inherit from George W. Bush and said Washington needed a new approach to solving them.
McCain made no mention of Bush in a speech as part of a weeklong “Service to America” tour, and aides said he was not trying to distance himself from the president, who remains popular with the Republican base in his final year in office.
Republican presidential candidate Senator John McCain (R-AZ) greets diners during his visit to Chick and Ruths Delly in Annapolis, Maryland, April 2, 2008
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