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Senator Bob Corker
Official news and updates from former United States Senator Bob Corker (R-Tennessee).
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Senator Bob Corker Nov 20
While the president has the right to legitimate legal challenges, responsible citizens cannot let the reckless actions by him and his legal team stand. Republicans have an obligation when the subject is of such importance to challenge demagoguery and patently false statements.
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Senator Bob Corker Nov 12
The election effort that matters now is ensuring Georgia sends at least one Republican back to the United States Senate on January 5.
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Senator Bob Corker Nov 12
Part of leadership and serving in elective office is being truthful with those you lead or represent whether they want to hear it or not. Thank you, .
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Senator Bob Corker Nov 10
I congratulate President-elect Biden and wish him well as he organizes to lead our country.   After 2016 and 2020, surely our country can improve our election system where results are beyond question — and beyond demagoguery from either side of the aisle.
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 28
Replying to @SenBobCorker
But his efforts continued. He was a dedicated husband and father, a good friend, pastored many privately, some with vastly different political views, often early in the mornings. He was committed in all that he did. And all of us who knew him are better people as a result.
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 28
Tom Coburn was a one of his kind, speak truth to power, public servant. He worked hard, did his homework, and was consistent in his fight against too much government spending and waste. The day he walked off the Senate floor, he left a void.
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 27
My statement today regarding the national conversation on the fight against :
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 25
This is the challenge we face and states well the central point I have been making. Another great piece by the editorial board.
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 24
Replying to @SenBobCorker
I am glad the debate is now balanced and the understanding of the mid- to longer-term health consequences as a result of suicides, domestic violence, deprivation, and lives of poverty as a result of a prolonged lock down are being taken into account.
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 24
For the good of our country, especially the working poor and small business owners that are seeing their life’s work vanish, I hope Americans can get back to work on April 12 as suggested.
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 23
Replying to @SenBobCorker
Speaking the truth in these times can sound tone deaf. But it still needs to be said and acted upon. Thank you, Mr. President.
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 23
Replying to @NYGovCuomo
This is not a Republican or Democratic issue. gets it right, too. This morning he said, “…we also have to start to plan the pivot back to economic functionality. You can’t stop the economy forever.” I agree 100%, governor.
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 23
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 22
More sanity about the need to properly balance public health concerns and minimize the threat of while getting as many Americans back to work as quickly as possible.
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 20
Replying to @SenBobCorker
There is no stimulus, no amount of loan guarantees, no amount of government borrowing than can come close to dealing with the issues that our small businesses are and will continue to face if we have to continue our current policy for long.
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 20
Replying to @WSJ
The editorial board is right. We urgently need a “pandemic strategy that is more economically and socially sustainable than the current national lockdown.”
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 20
Replying to @SenBobCorker
While I sincerely appreciate the hard work of all those on the front lines fighting , it is my belief that if we do not get those other than the elderly and vulnerable back to work at or around that time, the cure may be worse than the disease.
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 20
Replying to @SenBobCorker
The American people as a whole have responded valiantly during this first phase of the fight against , which by my calculation ends March 30.
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Senator Bob Corker Mar 20
Finally some sanity away from the rushing herd. I could not agree more!
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Senator Bob Corker Jan 3
., the people of have been fortunate to have you as their representative for the past 11 years. Thank you for your outstanding service and congratulations on a job well done. I wish you and Clarinda well as you prepare for your next chapter.
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