Kansas’ tale of two governors: Senate confirmation delay creates awkward situation in Topeka

FOX NEWS Although Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback looked like a man in charge when he gave his State of the State speech, Kansans hadn’t known he would be the one giving it until a week beforehand. “I think they’re shocked that Gov. Brownback is still here,” said Hunter Woodall, a reporter at The Kansas City Star. “It was announced in July that he would be leaving.” President Trump nominated Brownback in July to be Ambassador-at-large for International Religious Freedom. Expecting a quick confirmation by the U.S. Senate, Brownback announced shortly afterward that discussions about transferring power to Lt. Gov....

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