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. >> for those people who don't know who marshall mattis is, that's this guy otherwise known as eminem. >> hey, man, he's awake. his palms are sweaty. give him a break. >> he wrote his vows to the melody of lose yourself. but he changed the lyrics. >> my palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy. did i ever tell you i love my mom's spaghetti. i'm nervous, on the surface i hope i look ready. what you do for me every single day, you cook amazing meals that take my hunger away. clean and wow, always loving me how, you lot the love you show me is crazy. >> i love that his bride is smiling. that's what counts. >> she's laughing, her friends are laughing. >> i'm almost finished with my melody. time to stop and show off my creativity. you better lose yourself in the music. it's important you never let it go. tonight is our one shot. i think it's important to know we're only getting once in a lifetime, yo. >> we've all got that special place, that one place that we love to just meet our friends and kick it. just that place to take it. >> no. >> [ bleep ]. >> three bloaks roll up to the bar.
i spoke earlier with secretary of defense james mattis to emphasize the urgency of resolving the situation peacefully, knowing that he had just returned from a multinational meeting with a number of key allies, including japan and south korea. this meeting was to focus on north korean provocations. this meeting was cosponsored by secretary of state rex tillerson in vancouver. secretary mattis was at that meeting to provide a military perspective, and he reiterated to me in our conversation the importance of strong diplomatic efforts to resolve tensions with north korea. i call on the president to support these kinds of initiatives and to give secretary tillerson all the resources he needs to succeed in his diplomatic endeavors. i yield the floor. a senator: mr. president. the presiding officer: the senator from kansas. mr. moran: we had a very special day in the united states capitol this afternoon. i'm grateful that we as a nation were able to honor senator robert dole by presenting him with the congressional gold medal. it's the highest civilian horn that the united states can bestow. he
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