Former Sen. Joe Lieberman, 2000 Democratic VP nominee, dead at 82 | 27 March 2024 | Former Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman, who represented the Nutmeg State in Washington for 24 years and was the Democratic Party's 2000 vice presidential nominee, has died. He was 82. A statement sent to former staffers said Lieberman had suffered complications from a fall, according to Punchbowl News. Lieberman, a former Connecticut state senator and attorney general, was elected to the Senate in 1988 and developed a reputation as a prominent voice on foreign policy [as a deep-state neocon globalist] and a staunch supporter of Israel.

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