McCain Regrets Vote against MLK Day

John McCainJohn McCainOvernight Defense: Pentagon chief fears sequestration's return Groups urge Senate to oppose defense language on for-profit colleges Pelosi, Dems rush to defense of Wasserman Schultz MORE, speaking in Memphis on the 40th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination, said he was wrong to vote against a federal holiday in honor of King. The audience clamored and booed McCain when he acknowledged the vote -- see the video below.

Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonDNC chair: I'm 'focused on doing my job' Auto workers union endorses Clinton Libertarian Party sees spike in registration, fundraising MORE and Barack ObamaBarack ObamaStoddard: Clouds loom for Clinton Pelosi, Dems rush to defense of Wasserman Schultz Poll: Trump has narrow lead over Clinton in NC MORE also spoke about King today, Clinton in Memphis and Obama in Fort Wayne, Ind.

See Clinton's speech here. See Obama's speech here.

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