In an interview with CNN, the Arizona senator stepped closer to pulling the trigger on a campaign for a sixth term and seems to be spoiling for the fight. But he also said he's not sure Republicans can hang on to the Senate in two years after grabbing it back from Democrats in the midterm elections.
"I am approaching it, that decision, and it's most likely that I will announce that I am a running again," said McCain, who will be 80 at the time of the 2016 election.
McCain, who is serving his fifth term as an alleged Republican Senator from Arizona, gained fame as the "most corrupt" Senator embroiled in the Keating Five corruption scandal and forgetting how many houses he owns. In the Senate, he's known for betraying conservative principles and "reaching across the aisle" to help his fellow Progressives in the Democrat party destroy civil liberties at home and wage unconstitutional wars on innocent civilians abroad.