The nearly four years since Obama and McCain's electoral face-off have been filled with interactions that the president probably won't be bringing up at campaign fundraisers or using in a campaign video.
In a meeting during the 2010 health care debate, McCain criticized how Democrats were constructing the legislation. Obama cut him off, saying "We're not campaigning anymore. The election is over."
McCain responded: "I'm reminded of that every day."
McCain has characterized Obama as often being too passive on foreign policy, and in recent days, said it was "embarrassing" that the United States wasn't doing more to stop the bloodshed in Syria.
The Obama and McCain conflicts aside, Schmidt said he's not surprised to see his former boss back in the electoral mix: "The last guy is never more popular than after there's a new guy."
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