By Julian Pecquet - 07/08/13 06:04 PM EDT
Theresa Heinz Kerry was admitted to a hospital on over the weekend after exhibiting "seizure-like" symptoms, according to media reports. Her condition was upgraded on Monday to fair from critical, a spokesman for Kerry said.
Longtime foreign aid skeptics, such as Sen. Rand PaulRand PaulWhat to watch for on Day 2 at the GOP convention Cyber squatters sitting on valuable VP web addresses Majority of GOP senators to attend Trump convention MORE (R-Ky.), have been joined in recent days by past defenders of the assistance in calling on the administration to suspend aid to Egypt.
“It is difficult for me to conclude that what happened was anything other than a coup in which the military played a decisive role,” Sen. John McCainJohn McCainGuess which Cuban-American 2016 candidate best set themselves up for 2020? Fox News bests major networks in convention ratings Meghan McCain: ‘I no longer recognize my party’ MORE (R-Ariz.) said in a statement Monday. “Current U.S. law is very clear about the implications for our foreign assistance in the aftermath of a military coup against an elected government, and the law offers no ability to waive its provisions. I do not want to suspend our critical assistance to Egypt, but I believe that is the right thing to do at this time.”
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