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Former US Senator Joe Lieberman Dies After Falling

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Former U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman has reportedly passed away at the age of 82 years old. Lieberman, who served as a U.S. Senator from the State of Connecticut from 1989 to 2013, was a Democrat.

In addition to serving as U.S. Senator, Lieberman also served in the Connecticut Senate, serving three terms as Majority Leader. He was elected and served as the Attorney General of the State of Connecticut from 1983 to 1989.

Lieberman was on the Al Gore 2000 Presidential ticket as a Vice President, eventually losing to George W. Bush and Dick Cheney. In the 2008 Presidential election, he chose to endorse Republican John McCain over the Democratic nominee Barack Obama.

Lieberman had endorsed Hillary Clinton in 2016, and Joe Biden in the 2020 Presidential election. He reportedly died in his home of New York City, New York just yesterday after sustaining a fall.

A tragic end to a more than great life. Lieberman is credit with leading the effort in the Senate after events of 9/11 to establish the Department of Homeland Security, which still exists and operates to this very day.

Eventually, Joe Lieberman was replaced by Senator Chris Murphy. He lived a life of impacting the way that America operates, and as a Vice Presidential nominee for President, and as a U.S. Senator, Lieberman will go down in U.S. History as an extremely influential political figure.

As soon as more information becomes available about the death of Senator Lieberman, we will be sure to update our audience as to what is happening. As of right now, all we know is that Lieberman sustained a fall in his home, and has passed away because of it.

Rest in peace, Joe Lieberman.

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