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If You Predicted Trump's Political Success and Sanders' Influence, John McCain Doesn't Want You Driving

"You are a danger to yourself and others, you’re crazy.”

Image source: Bipartisan Policy Center screen capture

Addressing the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, D.C., Wednesday, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) had some interesting advice for a select group of political prognosticators.

During his remarks, which covered matters from the "war crime" of torture to Pentagon personnel problems, McCain briefly and humorously weighed in on the 2016 presidential campaign's unpredictable nature.

“If you believed that Donald Trump was going to be the nominee and you believed that Bernie Sanders was going to come close, please raise your hand," McCain said.

The crowd responded with laughter, and McCain continued, "If you just raised your hand, please don’t drive an automobile here in the metropolitan area. You are a danger to yourself and others — you’re crazy.”

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