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How John McCain and his wife Cindy spend their $200 million fortune

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Cindy McCain johnSenator John McCain and wife Cindy McCain have a $200 million-plus fortune.Ross D. Franklin/AP

  • Senator John McCain‘s family announced Friday that he will no longer continue receiving medical treatment for brain cancer.
  • He has reportedly been spending time at his ranch home in Arizona while battling glioblastoma.
  • McCain’s new memoir, “The Restless Wave,” was released in May.
  • He and wife Cindy McCain quietly sit on a fortune of more than $200 million, largely due to Cindy’s stake in one of the largest Anheuser-Busch distributors.

Senator John McCain will no longer continue receiving medical treatment for brain cancer, according to his family. He has reportedly been spending a lot of time at his ranch home in Sedona, Arizona, where he’s been receiving a flood of visitors as he battles glioblastoma, reports Town & Country.

The 81-year-old’s new memoir, “The Restless Wave,” was released in May. You may know McCain as the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, a Vietnam war vet, or an advocate for more civil politics.

What you may not know is that McCain and his wife Cindy sit on a private, but hefty fortune.

He’s reportedly worth $16 million, according to Celebritynetworth.com. But that’s only a fraction of his wealth — the rest comes from his wife, who is an heiress to Hensley & Co., one of the largest Anheuser-Busch distributors.

She reportedly inherited a major stake in the company and became its chairman when her father, the company’s founder, passed away. She currently has a net worth around $200 million.

A prenuptial agreement dictates that the McCains’ money is in Cindy McCains’ name, reports the New York Times.

Take a look inside their fortune.

But his primary residence is a condo in a 12-story glass building in downtown Phoenix. The McCains reportedly spent $4.67 million on a high-floor apartment in 2006 and bought the unit below for $830,000 almost a year later, combining them into a crib deluxe.

But his primary residence is a condo in a 12-story glass building in downtown Phoenix. The McCains reportedly spent $4.67 million on a high-floor apartment in 2006 and bought the unit below for $830,000 almost a year later, combining them into a crib deluxe.

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