(INDIANAPOLIS) - Senator John McCain met with the media after his town hall meeting in Indianapolis Friday.
He was asked about the New York Times story published Thursday that suggested he had an inappropriate relationship with a female lobbyist, but McCain told reporters he's not going to talk about it anymore. He said he answered every question he was asked at a news conference called Thursday by his campaign, and said he wants to talk about the real issues that voters are concerned about.
When asked about the claim he doesn't have enough signatures for his name to appear on the Indiana ballot, McCain responded saying he doesn't have enough information on the claim to respond to it, and that he's relying on Hoosiers and Governor Mitch Daniels to resolve any issues.
McCain was also asked about the economy. He says if he's elected president he'll work with community colleges to develop the right training to get displaced workers back on their feet.
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