An Associated Press story about Republican doubts over John McCainJohn Sidney McCainChoking — not cheating — was Trump's undoing Gabby Giffords congratulates Mark Kelly with throwback photo of her own swearing-in McConnell in tough position as House eyes earmark return MORE's presidential bid leads the Post. The story notes that two former possible vice presidential picks, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R) and Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R), alluded to a possible Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaHarris: 'Of course I will' take COVID-19 vaccine Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter encourage people to take COVID-19 vaccine George Clooney says Amal beat him and Obama in a free throw contest MORE victory in recent GOP fundraising appeals. If Obama is elected along with bigger Democratic majorities in Congress, the country could be headed toward a new progressive era, just like it found itself in after the election of Franklin Roosevelt, writes Robert Borosage.