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corker

n. someone or something good, funny, or entertaining. That was a real corker. I thought I’d die laughing.
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I also want to thank Rex Tillerson for his tireless service to our country as Secretary of State, added Corker.
Corker, who sits on the Senate's Banking Committee, filed an amendment to a section of the bill.
to William Brigham Corker and Miriam Celeste Wright.
Corker told reporters Tuesday in response to a question from The Hill, a newspaper that covers Congress.
Trump and Corker list vast ownership stakes in real estate LLCs and partnerships, and 13 lawmakers who directly oversaw the tax legislation made up to (http://www.
Trump earlier claimed that Corker, who is retiring, was blocking his reforms.
Bob Corker, who … couldn't get elected dog catcher in Tennessee, is now fighting Tax Cuts," Trump, set to attend Senate Republicans' weekly lunch, wrote on Twitter.
In an interview with The New York Times on Sunday, Mr Corker said Mr Trump could set the US "on the path to World War III" with threats towards other countries.
He's hurt us as it relates to negotiations that were underway by tweeting things out,' Corker told the paper, which added that Corker did not provide details about negotiations.
Trump also said that Corker had asked to be secretary of state.
Trump attacked Corker in a series of tweets, saying, "Senator Bob Corker 'begged' me to endorse him for re-election in Tennessee.
According to Corker, Saudi Arabia is among the leading countries that support and finance terrorism in the world.
The comments by Bob Corker, chairman of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, came as tensions in the region continue over the crisis, with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson expected to make an unscheduled stop in Doha on Thursday, Al Jazeera reported.
Washington, Sha'ban 27, 1438, May 23, 2017, SPA -- The Chairman of the International Relations Committee of the US Senate, Republican Senator Bob Corker expressed satisfaction at endeavors exerted to promote bilateral cooperation between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United States of America, in various fields.
Crossbow Club volunteers, from left, Lynda Corker, Ken Corker, Doreen Bryce, Ken Griffiths and Carol Griffiths