Jeff Flake


Jeff Flake - Wikipedia

Early life, education, and early career Flake was born in Snowflake, Arizona, the son of Nerita (née Hock) and Dean Maeser Flake. His birth town was named in part for his great-great-grandfather, Mormon pioneer William J. Flake. Flake obtained a B.A. in International Relations ...

Jeff Flake (@JeffFlake) | Twitter

I'm voting against this $300 billion spending hike. Fiscal responsibility is more than a talking point to trot out when the other guys are in charge. Let’s be conservative no matter who’s in charge, no matter who’s in the White House, or who controls each chamber of ...

Jeff Flake announces he won't seek re-election to Senate - CNNPolitics

Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona, a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, will not run for re-election, he said Tuesday in a blistering speech on the Senate floor that bemoaned the "coarsening" tenor of politics in the United States.

Jeff Flake Defends Muslim Opponent After Religious Slurs | Time

Arizona Senator Jeff Flake supported a Democrat who wants to unseat him after she received anti-Muslim slurs on her Facebook page. ... Flake’s overture is being praised by some as a rare moment of civility in an increasingly partisan political climate. Flake “is ...

Read Sen. Jeff Flake's speech on Senate floor

The following is the text of Sen. Jeff Flake's remarks from the floor of the U.S. Senate on Oct. 24, 2017, as prepared for delivery. Ronald J. Hansen, political reporter for The Republic and azcentral, annotates the speech here. Click on yellow highlighted text to learn ...

Jeff Flake speech: Senator announces he will not seek re-election

In a stunner, Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona says he "can't in good conscience take" the path necessary to win the GOP's renomination in the age of Trump.

Jeff Flake’s big white flag in the face of Trumpism - The Washington Post

Points for honesty, Sen. Jeff Flake. In announcing his shocking retirement on Wednesday afternoon — an occasion on which politicians will often disingenuously allude to spending more time with their families — the Arizona Republican offered an explanation that seemed brutally honest: I couldn't

8 Questions with Jeff Flake, Republican Senator from Arizona | Time

Al Drago—Redux/The New York Times By Jack Brewster August 10, 2017 The Republican Senator from Arizona on disagreeing with Trump, his new book Conscience of a Conservative and why he’s crashing his own party You say that conservatives have “lost” their way, being swept up by xenophobia

Jeff Flake, a Fierce Trump Critic, Will Not Seek Re-election for Senate - The New York Times

WASHINGTON — Senator Jeff Flake, the Arizona Republican who has tangled with President Trump for months, announced on Tuesday that he would not seek re-election in 2018, declaring on the Senate floor that he “will no longer be complicit or silent” in the face of the president’s “reckless

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