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The White House confirms it enlisted Bill Clinton to talk to Sestak, denies impropriety. Memo here.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) blasts Obama for being “absolutely tone-deaf to bipartisanship.”
Rep. Charlie Melancon (D-La.) leaves the Gulf Coast oil spill hearing in tears.
The immigration debate has pushed Meg Whitman to the right in her California gubernatorial bid.
Nikki Haley says she will deal with unfolding extramarital affair allegations “once this election is over.”
Democrats have a plan to limit potential election losses in November.
Party-switching Rep. Parker Griffith (R-Ala.) faces stiff primary competition.
The “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repeal passed a major hurdle last night, but may face a veto over an unrelated piece of spending.