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  • Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- Here's everything you need to know about Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), who has recently been caught in a war of words with President Donald Trump.Name: Robert "Bob" Phillips Corker Jr.Party: RepublicanDate of Birth: August 24, 1952Age: 63What he does now: U.S. senator from Tennessee, chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.Hometown: Chattanooga, Tennessee (although he was born in Orangeburg, South Carolina)Family tree: Corker and his wife of 29 years, Elizabeth, have two daughters, Emily and Julia. When it was revealed that Corker failed to disclose millions of dollars in shares in a small Tennessee real estate firm, a pair of the purchases were made in his daughters’ names, and he bought stock in the company, CBL, 25 times using accounts in his wife and daughters’ names, according to the Wall Street Journal.Key life/career moments:
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  • ABCNews.com(NEW YORK) -- ABC's "The View" has a new co-host: Meghan McCain.McCain, the daughter of Arizona Sen. John McCain, joins Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, Sara Haines and Paula Faris for season 21.She nabbed a seat at the table after the sudden departure of Jedediah Bila, the show's lone conservative panelist, last month."I’m a little bit on sensory overload," she told ABC News after her first show."It’s an incredible show to be joining. I’ve never joined a hit show," the former Fox News contributor added. "It's a luxury to be able to come onto something that already has such a big following."John McCain was the first person to know about the new gigMcCain, 32, said on Monday's show that her father, who is battling a brain tumor, was the first person she told about the gig. She said she shared the news with him in the hospital."I said, 'What do you think of this?' And he said, 'Are you kidding? You have to do this,'" she recalled. "[My parents] are endlessly proud and excited."In fact, Sen. McCain tweeted Monday in support of his daughter's first day on "The View."
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  • ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Vice President Mike Pence left an Indianapolis Colts game early Sunday after players with the opposing team knelt during the national anthem.
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  • ABCNews.com(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Saturday to say "only one thing will work" with North Korea, two days after he suggested to reporters they were seeing "the calm before the storm."
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  • Ethan Miller/Getty Images(LAS VEGAS) -- Vice President Mike Pence memorialized the victims of the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history on Saturday, offering words of comfort at a ceremony held at Las Vegas City Hall.
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