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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Heather Mellem
But Heather Mellem, 38, an alternate delegate from Massachusetts, said Mr. McCain's views on defense and foreign affairs were better suited for the Republican Party of the past.
"It seemed like there were a lot more cheers in the audience for [Kentucky Sen.] Rand Paul than there were for John McCain, who I think represents the old party," she said. "We're the future of the Republican Party."