Primary Source assistant Brian Lawson captures the following from a press gaggle John McCain held on his campaign bus in New Hampshire this morning.
ABOARD THE STRAIGHT TALK EXPRESS, N.H. --
McCain on Rudy Giuliani's former police commissioner Bernie Kerik, who was indicted this week:
"He was supposed to be there to train the police force. He stayed two months and left. That's why I would never have supported him to be Secretary of Homeland Security because of his irresponsible act in Baghdad when he was suppose to be training the police."
"It shows that the [President Bush] didn't know or didn't care," about Kerik's potential problems when Bush nominated him to be the first Secretary of Homeland Security.
McCain on Giuliani's experience:
"It's a fundamental lack of experience," McCain said. "It's great to have lead a major city. I mean his post-crisis handling was fine. But that certainly doesn't mean you're qualified to lead."