Columnist Mark Shields tells of an exchange - perhaps apocryphal, like so much of Newt - between Newt and Bob Dole, who had the sharpest tongue in town.
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"People did not come here for liquor licenses or asphalt contracts," said syndicated columnist Mark Shields. "They came to work on big issues to help people around the world, and they were proud to do so."
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