Sen. Bob Corker poses with Steven Fox, 2012 U.S. Amateur Golf Champion from UT Chattanooga. Corker – himself – is one of the best golfers in Congress, according to Golf Digest. Credit: UT Chattanooga
Tennessee Senator Bob Corker started his week on the golf course, playing a round with President Obama at Andrews Air Force Base.
They were joined by two other senators – a Democrat and a Republican.
Corker has been one of several GOP senators courted by the White House in recent weeks as potential deal-makers on issues ranging from deficit cutting to immigration.
A statement released by Corker’s office says with major fiscal and foreign relations issues facing the country, “anytime you can get the president’s ear for a few hours, I think that’s a good thing.”
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