Sen. John McCainJohn McCainSenate votes to elevate Cyber Command in military Senate sends annual defense bill to Obama's desk Trump really can't do much to reduce tensions with Putin's Russia MORE (R-Ariz.) made more comments on the ouster of Honduran President Manuel Zelaya today, saying that he supports the U.S. -- backed mediation effort lead by Costa Rican President Oscar Arias.

The 2008 GOP presidential nominee tweeted:
Met with Honduran political leaders -- President Arias is the right man to resolve this crisis.

Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonClinton reappears on the Hill for Reid send-off Pressure grows on Perez to enter DNC race Biden: Republicans 'probably would have eaten me alive' if I ran MORE met with Zelaya yesterday in D.C. and agreed to a political reconciliation process. President Barack ObamaBarack ObamaBrian Williams slams fake news Obama: I absolutely faced racism while in office Unfinished business: Who will speak for the women of the world now? MORE had previously condemned the military coup which occurred on June 28.

Yesterday, McCain challenged the administration's position on Zelaya himself. Today, he's lauding the prospects of mediation with Arias, a plan that emerged from Clinton's meeting with Zelaya yesterday. But the problem-solver seems to be a universally accepted choice, with Honduras' interim president Roberto Micheletti going along with the plan for talks as well.

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