Martha McSally can sing! Watch first female combat pilot celebrate victory by belting ‘God Bless America’

There is no doubt that Republican Rep. Martha McSally has a lot of talent.

The first female combat pilot in American history, a U.S. Representative and a woman who has a chance to become Arizona’s first female senator. But McSally, who won Arizona’s Republican primary for Senate on Tuesday, is also an impressive singer.

Celebrating her win over challengers Dr. Kelli Ward and Joe Arpaio in the race to fill retiring Senator Jeff Flake’s seat, McSally delivered a wonderful rendition of “God Bless America” from her victory party last night.

With more than 11,000 views by Wednesday afternoon, the video of McSally’s patriotic tribute was much appreciated by Twitter viewers.

President Trump offered his congratulations to the congresswoman whom he plugged at events this year.

McSally’s victory seemed relatively easy as she got a little more than half the vote, with Ward and Arpaio splitting the other half.

In a strange moment leading up to the final counts, Vice President Pence congratulated McSally – but that was apparently before any ballot counts were announced, according to CNBC’s White House reporter, Christina Wilkie.

Pence deleted the tweet but, of course, there was a screenshot.

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