Norm Coleman Mourns Absence From Senate: “It’s Frustrating”

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In an interview with TownHall.com, Norm Coleman bemoaned the political limbo status created by the Minnesota election trial. That is, he lamented that he is unable to take his seat and serve in the Senate right now.

“It’s frustrating,” said Coleman, “because you would hope as I humbly do that you have something to add to the debate and be apart of the discussion, both back in DC and also back home.”

Remember that Minnesota is currently short one Senator, as the seat is vacant because of Coleman’s lawsuit and a threatened filibuster by Republicans against provisionally seating Al Franken.

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