PITTSBURGH, PENNSYVANIA -- Republican U.S. Senate candidate Pat Toomey slammed his opponent yesterday, June 1st, during a campaign stop in Pittsburgh.
Toomey criticized Democrat Joe Sestak for not being more forthcoming about a job offer from the White House.
According to Toomey, the controversy surrounding the offer to drop out of the race has, quote, "distracted us from the substantive policy differences which are so stark." The White House has confirmed former President Bill Clinton tried to persuade Sestak from running against incumbent Senator Arlen Specter, who he defeated in the primary.
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