Old tweets about Republicans cause problems at U.S. Senate hearing for N.J. motor vehicle head

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A series of tweets criticizing Republicans and their Christian conservative allies put state Motor Vehicle Commission chief administrator B. Sue Fulton on the defense Thursday as the Senate Armed Services Committee considered her nomination as assistant secretary of defense for manpower and reserve affairs. “I think you’ve got some explaining to do,” said U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds, R-S.C. Fulton, who lives in Asbury Park, was part of the first West Point graduating class that included women and was the first openly gay member of the academy’s board of visitors. If all 50 Senate Democrats hold firm…

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