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John Cullerton, former president of the Illinois Senate “ComAid Four” exposed in trial Both served in the Illinois General Assembly today on a political spat with former House Speaker Michael Madigan as a longtime ally.
Madigan criticized a political ad for him and in 2018 tied to Senate Democrats led by Cullerton, who said attacks should be aimed at President Donald Trump and other Republicans, rather than at the speaker, who is part of the Democratic Party. of Illinois doubled as chairman.
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