Sen. Coons: 'No,' To Age Limit on Presidency, an 'Informed Electorate' Can Decide

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Sen. Coons: 'No,' To Age Limit on Presidency, an 'Informed Electorate' Can Decide

The average age of current U.S. Senators is 64 years old. Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-Calif.) is the oldest sitting senator at 89 years old. Trailing her …

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