May 11, 2005

A key Republican senator on Thursday questioned John Bolton's qualifications to be President Bush's U.N. ambassador, citing "serious deficiencies." Sen. George Voinovich of Ohio, who had earlier stunned Republican peers by saying he wanted to review allegations against Bolton, portrayed Bolton as “arrogant” and “bullying.” The senator said that while he would vote against the nomination in committee, he supported sending it to the full Senate for a vote...read on

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