- The Sixth Engine Bar in DC was transformed to politics central for the evening, complete with #PoliticsOnTap chalk art.
- The guest bartender for the evening was Doug Heye, Deputy Chief of Staff for soon-to-be former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. Heye is testing out alternate job professions.
- The evening started with CNN's Peter Hamby CNN moderating a series of lighthearted rapid fire questions with CNN's Brianna Keilar and National Journal's Michelle Cottle.
- — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics)Thu, Jul 17 2014 22:27:21First in a fun round of rapid fire questions: Who would win a royal rumble between Chris Christie, Rand Paul and Rick Perry? #PoliticsOnTap
- — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics)Thu, Jul 17 2014 22:37:50
- Now that everyone was warmed up, CNN's Jake Tapper and National Journal's Ron Fournier begin their discussion with Sen. John McCain on the lead story of the day.
#PoliticsOnTap with Sen. John McCain
Sen. John McCain joined CNN's Jake Tapper and National Journal's Ron Fournier for a wide-ranging discussion at a private gathering in DC. Here are the highlights of the #PoliticsOnTap event as told through attendees social media posts.
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