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By Isaac Orr
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Topic - Buck Mckeon
Some members of Congress who are Mormon have been meeting for breakfast in what's recently become an informal caucus.
House Armed Service Committee Chairman Buck McKeon is set to announce his retirement on Thursday, sparking a mad dash among a handful of GOP hopefuls who want to take over his coveted leadership spot.
and his team will have to convince members of this committee that these efforts will not weaken our nation's defense," said Rep. Buck McKeon of California, the top Republican on the House Armed Services Committee.
Although congressional leaders were briefed by phone in the hours before the president's announcement that night, "a phone call can hardly be considered significant consultation," said Rep. Buck McKeon, the California Republican who chairs the committee.