Opposition to Bolton's U.N. Nomination Grows 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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Opposition to Bolton's U.N. Nomination Grows

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Opposition to Bolton's U.N. Nomination Grows

Opposition to Bolton's U.N. Nomination Grows

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.