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Picking John McCain's temporary successor won't be easy in pro-Trump Arizona

WASHINGTON - Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey might as well be looking for a unicorn.

As he chooses a temporary successor for Sen. John McCain, the Republican governor will have to thread a needle that respects McCain's legacy as a GOP iconoclast, but also recognizes the popularity of McCain's political nemesis, President Donald Trump.

The pressure couldn't be higher. McCain's successor will likely be in place to cast a high-profile vote on Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett M. Kavanaugh. And Arizona voters will get an

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