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McCain says he’s ‘happy about the state of his campaign’. The rest of the country asks: What campaign?
URBANDALE, Iowa (AP) - John McCain on Sunday assured Iowa supporters that he's doing fine and intends to seriously compete in the state's leadoff caucuses despite staff cuts and money problems.
The Republican presidential candidate met privately with supporters, then held a news conference at his Iowa campaign headquarters.
"I'm happy about the state of our campaign," the Arizona senator told reporters. "We will do fine. We are competitive and we will win in Iowa."
McCain said he met with backers to let them know his campaign was strong.
"I wanted to make sure that everybody knows what we are doing and get an update on the campaign and how we intend to stay heavily involved here in Iowa," he said.