Republican Presidential candidate Sen. John McCain gestures while talking about global warming during a town hall meeting hosted by the Churchill Club in Santa Clara, Calif., Monday, July 16, 2007.
The bleeding continues at John McCain’s presidential campaign.
On Monday, five McCain press aides — including his three top communications officials — quit en masse, just days after the campaign lost its chief strategist and campaign manager among dozens of aides being shed as part of aggressive cost-cutting measures.
The aides to resign — communications director Brian Jones, deputy communications directors Danny Diaz and Matt David, and press aides Adam Temple and Amanda Hennenberg — all agreed to stay on a few extra days out of loyalty to McCain, and helped him set up his weekend trip to New Hampshire.
Flap thought the stake was in the heart of this campaign last week.
Well, it is now.
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