Senate Delays Vote on Bolton U.N. Nomination

Democrats force the Senate to delay a vote on John Bolton's nomination to be the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. A Senate motion to end debate on Bolton failed by a vote of 56-42. Republicans needed 60 votes to move Bolton's nomination to a vote of the full Senate.

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