Miriam Pemberton

Institute for Policy Studies

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Research fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies

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Republicans John McCain and  Chuck Hagel  might have been friends when Hagel was in the Senate, but you wouldn't have known it today at  his confirmation hearing .

Cabinet Nominee Hagel Gets a Grilling

Republicans John McCain and Chuck Hagel might have been friends when Hagel was in the Senate, but you wouldn't have known it today at his confirmation hearing .

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