John McCain `stepped` in sex scandal
Senator John McCain, following the glorious traditions of American presidents and their associates, were at the center of public attention in connection with sexual scandal.According to the newspaper The New York Times, the candidate for US presidents from Republican party possibly had an affair with a pretty blonde enough to be his daughter. Certain Vicki iseman - lobbecke from Washington. She is now 40 years old, McCain is 71.As for the affair, sane policy journalists, it could be eight years ago, during the election campaign. The girl was followed everywhere by McCain - they were seen together in the office, on a plane, in meetings with potential voters.Out of fear that the reputation of a Senator may suffer, his advisers intervened in the most radical way. Any member of the staff of the election headquarters was commanded not to let aizman to McCain, but to the itself hinted that surrounded the Senator has no place.The New York Times unearthed the details of the story, thanks to anonymous sources close to McCain. According to them, it is for certain not known, whether there had been romantic relationship between McCain and iseman or not, but even their purely business relations could seriously damage the Republican. The fact that McCain is known as an ardent fighter against lobbying, whereas aizman defended the interests of the biggest media tycoons such as Rupert Murdoch and Michael Bloomberg.Of course, the obvious contradiction between the statements of McCain and his actions, and he, according to rumors, could support aizman and its customers, could put an end to his political career.Anyway, the main reason for the scandal was the suggestion of the new York journalists about the intimate nature of the relationship between McCain and iseman. The heroes of this dubious history, by the way, categorically deny that between them had an affair.And today the headquarters of McCain by a wide margin leading in a primary election among Republicans, issued a special statement on this occasion. Spokesman of the headquarters of Jill Hazelbaker denied the rumors about the affair eight years ago. "A shame that The New York Times has lowered its standards that have engaged in attacks and slanderous campaign, emphasizes Hazelbaker. Americans sick and tired of a similar base policy, and in this story there is nothing that would indicate that John McCain has ever violated the principles that have guided his career.".