2000, green, Cindy McCain

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That 2000 campaign trail to become the Republican nominee for president was tough on <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB005289" title="Cindy McCain" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/consumer-goods-industries/cindy-mccain-PECLB005289.topic">Cindy McCain</a>'s wardrobe. She probably wore every color in the rainbow &mdash; here wearing a green skirt suit with gold trim and a triple strand of pearls for good measure. Thank heavens she grew out this short cut. Waaay too severe.<br>
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That 2000 campaign trail to become the Republican nominee for president was tough on Cindy McCain's wardrobe. She probably wore every color in the rainbow — here wearing a green skirt suit with gold trim and a triple strand of pearls for good measure. Thank heavens she grew out this short cut. Waaay too severe.

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