Dan Senor

Lively Debate On Obama’s Foreign Policy

Has Barack Obama strengthened or weakened the U.S. in the eyes of the world through his foreign policy of engagement?

In a lively encounter sponsored by Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates and held at the Skirball Center at NYU last night, Dan Senor, a journalist and Fox News commentator, scored the most dramatic point of the evening when he challenged General Wesley Clark and French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy to name one prominent world leader with whom Obama has established a close personal connection as a sign of national loyalty.

Dan Senor Rules Out Senate Bid

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Dan Senor, an investment manager and former George W. Bush administration official who had been courted by Republicans to run for Senate in New York this year, has decided to sit it out.

In a statement released Thursday Senor, 38, said he seriously considered a race against Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand this fall.

Searching For A Gillibrand Rival

GOP gains may give state party a shot at its first Senate victory since 1992, if the right candidate emerges.
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Un-elected Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand may not face a serious Democrat primary this year, but if state Republicans have their way she’ll face more than a token challenger in November.
State GOP leaders have been courting contenders to take on the junior senator, but heavy hitters such as former Mayor Rudolph Giuilani and publisher Morton Zuckerman have taken a pass.

Dan Senor.
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