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Democratic Senator Michael Bennet, one of the chamber’s four presidential candidates, was the first lawmaker to spend a few minutes in a cloakroom, where members meet for private discussions. He

Jan 22, 2020 · Cotton, R-Ark., for example, was seen drinking a glass of milk early in the day. Spokeswoman Caroline Tabler said Cotton was drinking skim milk — a nice complement to the chocolate snacks he and other senators were getting in their cloakroom and from one lawmaker's desk. Nov 05, 2013 · -- “[Sen. Susan] Collins, one Republican co-sponsor for the bill, asked Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) to come into the GOP cloakroom during the vote, followed shortly thereafter by Reid and Sen


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) awards the chief justice a golden gavel for his work. Feb 5, 2020 at 4:33 pm ET Senate Votes 53-47 to Acquit Trump on Obstruction of Congress Charge