WASHINGTON (AP) - Democratic Senator John Kerry isn't expected to encounter any bumps in the road on his way to becoming secretary of state when he appears before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee today. The five-term Massachusetts senator, who's served on the committee for 28 years, is widely expected to win overwhelming bipartisan support from his colleagues.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will present Senator Kerry at the hearing. This comes a day after Secretary Clinton appeared before the House and Senate to testify on the September 11 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens.
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