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U.S. Senator John Warner

John Warner (R-Va.) has served as chairman of the Senate Armed Services committee and is a veteran of two wars -- World War II and Korea. A staunch supporter of the military, he has been a critic of the Bush administration's handling of the war in Iraq.

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A Most Excellent Honor For the Ex-Senator
Article | No question, the stately John W. Warner, late of the U.S. Senate, has always been a committed Anglophile. He kept a bust of Winston Churchill on the marble mantel of his Senate office for 30 years. When he wed his current wife in 2003, he wore his ancestral plaid kilt. He regularly travels to Gre...
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In Twilight of His Career, Warner Now an Environmental Maverick
Article | There are easier ways to retire than this. John W. Warner was flat on his back -- his coat was buttoned, his pocket square was perfect, but he was totally horizontal on a leather recliner wedged among his office's antique chairs.

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