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Jim Gilmore. Lincoln Chafee. Jim Webb. Scott Walker. They were all once candidates in this presidential race. If we don't mention them here, they will have completely failed to make our list of... [Read More]
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the former secretary of state and U.S. senator from New York. The editorial did mention Sen. Bernie Sanders , but only as one of a group of second-tier figures that also included former... [Read More]
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Jim Webb, the former senator from Virginia, has engaged in a spectacular bit of historical revisionism in his Monday op-ed in The Washington Post. He writes—We can celebrate Harriet Tubman without disparaging Andrew Jackson:... [Read More]
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Former Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA) is not happy about former President Andrew Jackson being bumped from the front of the $20 bill. Read More →... [Read More]
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Former Democratic presidential candidate Jim Webb, whose centrist campaign folded not long after the first primary debate, said he won't vote for Clinton. [Read More]
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Former Virginia Sen. and 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Jim Webb says that he will not vote for Hillary Clinton, but he is still considering Donald Trump. "I would not vote for Hillary Clinton,"... [Read More]
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"No, I would not vote for Hillary Clinton," said the former Democratic senator from Virginia. [Read More]
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Former Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA), would not say who hed be throwing his support behind in the presidential election on Friday, but he did not shy away from saying who he wouldnt be... [Read More]
Former Democratic presidential candidate Jim Webb said that he would not vote for Hillary Clinton if she were the presidential nominee. [Read More]
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Former Democratic presidential candidate Jim Webb said Friday he is not ruing out voting for GOP front-runner Donald Trump. [Read More]
Fmr. Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., joins Morning Joe to discuss Thursday's GOP debate, Trump's remarks on military policy and enhanced interrogation, running as an Independent and which candidate he will support. [Read More]
Is he ready to run, again? Former presidential candidate Jim Webb may be ready to get back in the race. He's expected to discuss the possibility right here in North Texas today. [Read More]
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