Journal World’s Congressional Briefing points out an Atlantic article about Hillary Clinton, and how Sam Brownback made peace with her. Brownback came to the Senate prayer group planning to talk about a cancer scare, but seeing new Senator Clinton at the meeting:
confessed to having hated Clinton and having said derogatory things about her. Through God, he now recognized his sin. Then he turned to her and asked, “Mrs. Clinton, will you forgive me?” Clinton replied that she would, and that she appreciated the apology. “It was an extraordinary moment,” the member told me.
Brownback’s Presidential campaign seems to be stagnating, and it always seemed like a VP bid more than a serious campaign for the Oval Office. Most people figured he’d be looking for a pairing with a more moderate voice, or one who needs help appealing to religious conservatives. Could that candidate be named Clinton?