VA HEAD ROBERT WILKIE ONCE CALLED THE CONFEDERACY'S PRESIDENT A 'MARTYR TO 'THE LOST CAUSE' '

Veterans Affairs secretary Robert Wilkie once lauded the Confederate president Jefferson Davis as a "martyr to 'The Lost Cause.' " Wilkie also referred to Davis as an "exceptional man in an exceptional age" during the 1995 speech at the U.S. Capitol, CNN reported. The two-decade-old speech — which...

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Robert: The name Robert is a Germanic given name, from Old High German Hruodberht "bright with glory" . It is also in use as a surname.
Jefferson PhotoJefferson: Jefferson often refers to Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States and the principal author of its Declaration of Independence.