Lindsey Graham says John McCain had "not been feeling good", "being forgetful" before surgery.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Monday that his friend and colleague Sen. John McCain had been feeling sick for awhile before his surgery Friday to remove a blood clot above his left eye.
"It [was] a routine check, but John had not been feeling good," Graham, R-S.C. told CNN Monday. "He had been traveling a lot, wrote it off to being tired, but he was being forgetful and just wore himself out traveling around the world. I'm glad they found what I think was the cause."
McCain, R-Ariz., had a craniotomy, a procedure in which doctors create an opening in the skull, and is recovering at his home in Arizona.