Jon Stewart, on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart And so it was, that on Wednesday afternoon, Sen. John McCain suspended his campaign, blew off his interview with David Letterman, and rushed back to a different CBS building to an interview with Katie Couric, and then he left to rush back to a delicious dinner in New York, but then he left, to rush back to a New York hotel for a good night's sleep, but then he rushed off to a hotel, also in New York, where he gave a speech to the Clinton Global Initiative in New York, and then because of the grave condition of this situation returned for a possible Senate vote for the first time since April 6 and as his plane landed in Washington, D.C., a mere 22 hours after his initial New York announcement -- I mean for God's sake, you could have walked there in that time -- this announcement greeted him at baggage claim: [News Clip: Republicans and Democrats have reached a fundamental agreement on a rescue plan from Wall Street.] So, to sum up the net effect of John McCain suspending his presidential campaign: angering David Letterman.
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