What Bob Dole can teach us
A celebrated war hero, Dole holds the record for longest-serving Republican leader in the Senate. He is widely known for his bipartisan, levelheaded approach to hot-button issues such as Social Security.
As America reaches a crossroads on pivotal issues from immigration and security at our borders to opioids and crumbling infrastructure in our heartland, our leaders in Congress must look to Dole as a role model now more than ever.
53 percent strong
Female leaders from across the U.S. government joined mothers, business owners, law-enforcement officials, and other women for three panels overseen by Director of Surrogate & Coalitions Outreach Kelly Sadler:
A partner to help deter North Korea
Beginning with the voluntary renunciation of its nuclear arsenal in 1992, Kazakhstan has proven itself to be a global leader on non-proliferation issues. Its relationship with America runs deep: The United States was the first country to recognize Kazakhstani independence on Christmas Day 1991.
â€śTogether, we are determined to prevent the North Korean regime from threatening the world with nuclear devastation,â€ť President Trump said.
Photo of the Day
President Donald J. Trump and President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan during a working lunch | January 16, 2018 (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)
Today, President Trump will attend a Congressional Gold Medal ceremony honoring former Senator Bob Dole at the U.S. Capitol.
This morning, Vice President Pence will host a breakfast meeting with President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan. In the afternoon, the Vice President will join President Trump in attending the Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony.