Cindy McCain, the wife of one of President Donald Trump's fiercest GOP critics, is reportedly being considered for a prominent role at the State Department.
According to the Associated Press, it's not yet clear what position she'd fill, but one possibility under discussion is having her serve as an ambassador-at-large in Washington, focusing on a specific issue like human trafficking.
The AP, citing two unnamed sources, reported McCain and her husband, Arizona Sen. John McCain, talked about potential opportunities last month when Trump hosted them for dinner at the White House along with Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.
The Washington Examiner reported an appointment for Cindy McCain would be something of an olive branch to her husband, noting that Trump, during the early days of his campaign, infamously mocked the senator for having been captured during the Vietnam war.
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