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The Daschle-McCain Blockade

Wednesday, June 26, 2002

Yesterday National Review Online reported continuing Republican frustration with Majority Leader Tom Daschle`s decision to shut down the confirmation process in the Senate. In the last six weeks, no Bush-administration nominee has been confirmed in the full Senate, leading to major backlogs in filling administration posts. But it`s not just Daschle. Now, the Majority Leader has an ally in stopping Bush nominations: Republican Sen. John McCain.

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