On Fox News today, Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT) discussed the downturn in Sen. John McCain's presidential prospects, saying McCain "is behind now because of the economy." Lieberman then said that he hopes the House passes bailout legislation tomorrow because "it will be good for our country."
"But frankly, it will be good for John McCain too," added Lieberman, explaining that "it will get people back to comparing the two candidates free of a sense of crisis that may make them want to turn against Republicans."
I don't think he talked to the McCain campaign before doing the interview, because at the same time, here's John McCain on Morning Joe:
Singer pointed out a couple odd McCain moments from the last couple days, and I'd like to add one more from today's Morning Joe (via Joe at AMERICAblog):
"This bill is putting us on the brink of economic disaster."
Former Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT) on Sunday blasted President Barack Obama for <A href="http://www.npr.org/2013/08/31/217610904/transcript-president-obama-turns-to-congress-on-syria">asking for Congress' approval</a> before launching an attack on Syria over the President Bashar al-Assad's alleged use of chemical weapons.