He ran for the Senate in 1970 as a Connecticut Democrat and later led the National Endowment for the Humanities and the U.S. Information Agency.
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The Arizona Republican also backed away from the organizer’s praise for Jan. 6 Capitol protesters.
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In advance of his first major post-White House address, Trump is making plans to launch a super PAC, has begun endorsing candidates and is plotting
Why the candidate who promised unity is relying on an increasingly partisan legislative process to pass coronavirus relief
Despite calling for unity as a candidate, President Biden plans to pass his first major policy via budget reconciliation, a legislative process that requires no