Warner Expected To Take Defense Authorization Chair; Foreign Ops A Question

By Thomas Duffy / November 6, 2002 at 5:00 AM
One day after the midterm elections added one more loop to the roller coaster ride the Senate has been on this year, Republicans surprisingly find themselves in charge of steering President Bush's national security strategy through the 108th Congress. Sen. John Warner (R-VA) is expected to take over as the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee in the next Congress, a position he lost when former Republican Sen. Jim Jeffords (I-VT) left the party earlier this year and became...

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