John Feehery

Feehery Group

Guest

Republican strategist John Feehery is chief executive officer of the Feehery Group, a columnist for The Hill and a blogger at TheFeeheryTheory.com.

He is a former President of Quinn Gillespie and Associates Public Affairs, and served as spokesman for then-House Speaker Dennis Hastert.

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Before a packed chamber today,  Francis  became the first Pope to address a joint meeting of the House and the Senate.

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