Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) tends to talk a good game when it comes to taking on Barack Obama, especially when it comes to immigration. But now with the battle lines being drawn on the Republican side between conservatives and the establishment, Flake is also letting it be known he stands squarely with the establishment GOP many conservatives no longer trust.
Sen. Flake opposes keeping Senate in session over the wknd. “I fail to see what conservative ends were achieved,” he says via @PaulKrawzak
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Flake went ever further calling the Conservative’s effort “counterproductive.”
.@JeffFlake also said wknd session is “counterproductive” for Republicans, since it allows votes on president’s nominees via @PaulKrawzakCQ Now (@CQnow) December 13, 2014
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