Opposition to Bolton's U.N. Nomination Grows

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The Senate Foreign Relations Committee delays the vote on U.N. ambassador nominee John Bolton. Democrats say President Bush's choice is too critical of the United Nations and has a record of intimidating subordinates. The vote is now scheduled for May.



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