Saturday, May 26, 2018
In the U.S. Senate, talk of a splinter caucus to force compromise
A former adviser to Evan McMullin’s independent presidential campaign in 2016 is now in talks with a small group of U.S. senators to form a new caucus that would influence who is chosen as majority leader in 2019.
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