Bob Dole

The former senator remembered the late president as a "cherished servant leader."
What is the greatest gift you have ever received? For Thomas Awiapo, it was the gift that saved his life. Thomas was orphaned
He's been hospitalized since last week due to low blood pressure, his spokeswoman said.
The president might see zeroed-out funding for foreign food aid as "putting America first," but members of Congress clearly disagree.
When it came to politics, my grandfather was the one who got me excited about the subject. I used to sit at his feet and
The faux indignation and outrage Republicans are spewing over Democratic opposition to the elevation of Neil Gorsuch to the
Today there appears to be a rapprochement between Sanders and Clinton. Should Clinton be elected President, she will need the support of Sanders. Sanders will clearly be in the political catbird seat, and could be a thorn in the side of Clinton should she fail to give proper deference to progressive polices.
No doubt Lauer, like many others in the media, feared being labeled "partial towards liberals," despite the absence of evidence that such a liberal media bias exists.
If the past is any prologue, by the end of the week nobody's going to even remember this speech, because by then Trump will have had at least two or three blowups out on the campaign trail -- which will become the story, instead.
I turned on the campaign coverage early today just in time to catch the big floor fight among the delegates. Call it the final death throes of the "Never Trump" movement.
Twenty years ago this summer, he stood on a San Diego stage and accepted the nomination of the Republican Party for President of the United States. Last week, Bob Dole, now a retired U.S. senator from Kansas and an endorser of Donald Trump for president, registered as a lobbyist for Bridgepoint Education, a for-profit college company that has been under investigation for fraud and other abuses by four federal agencies and five state attorneys general.