With Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.) already announcing his bid for the White House in 2020, this week’s trivia question is: Of all the House members who have run for president, which one received the most votes in the primaries? You need to name the member of Congress and the year he or she ran.
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Our previous trivia question was: Who was the last attorney general who ran for public office after he or she was fired?
This one was pretty impossible to answer. And for good reason. NO attorney general had ever been fired before. So my question was flawed from the get go.
Michael Gorman of Chicago generously offered, “I think that you can make the case that ‘asking for a resignation’ is tantamount to firing.” Perhaps, but not exactly accurate. After all, I wouldn’t want to be accused of being anti-semantic.