Bob Dole, former US senator and presidential nominee, in his own words - video

Bob Dole, the long-time Kansas senator who was the Republican nominee for president in 1996, è morto all'età di 98. Born in Russell, Kansas in 1923, Dole served in the US infantry in the second world war, suffering serious wounds in Italy and winning a medal for bravery.

Nel 1976 he was the Republican nominee for vice-president to Gerald Ford, in an election the sitting president lost to Jimmy Carter. Two decades later, invecchiato 73, Dole won the nomination to take on Bill Clinton, to whom he lost.

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