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After Kansas loss, Kobach could join Trump administration

 

November 9, 2018



TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kris Kobach rode his national reputation as an advocate for tough immigration and voting rules to a job atop President Donald Trump's short-lived election-fraud commission. But Kansas voters rejected his no-apologies conservatism in this week's election for governor.

Now the Republican's hard-line, in-your-face approach could help him land his next political position, possibly in the Trump administration.

Kobach's name immediately popped up Wednesday, after Attorney General Jeff Sessions was forced to resign. If Trump picks someone else to replace Sessions, Kobach's na...



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