[media id=6956] John McCain doesn't think that the Republican National Committee's calls for the Obama team to release their conversations with Rod B
December 14, 2008

John McCain doesn't think that the Republican National Committee's calls for the Obama team to release their conversations with Rod Blagojevich are helpful.

"With all due respect to the Republican National Committee, we should try to be working constructively together," McCain told ABC's George Stephanopoulos.

McCain believes Obama will release all of the necessary information without prodding by the RNC. "I think that the Obama campaign should and will give all information necessary," he said.

The Republican National Committee released a web video suggesting that Obama may have had a larger role in the pay-to-play scandal surrounding Blagojevich.

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