Dems glad Cheney plays big GOP role

Rushing, J. Taylor; Wilson, Reid
May 2009
Hill;5/22/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 60, p6
The article reports on the gladness of Democrats regarding the leading of former U.S. vice president Richard B. Cheney as the speaker of the Republican Party (GOP) at an event which is part of his media campaign that championed the national security issues of the administration of former president George W. Bush.


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