The New York Times – The Senate voted 58-41 Thursday morning to confirm Mr. Carson in a rare show of bipartisanship. Unlike other cabinet members chosen by President Trump, Mr. Carson, who has no experience running a large federal bureaucracy, did not face much pushback from Democrats during his confirmation process.
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