Angus King

Angus King

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Angus King is an actor. Angus King got a film credit for the movie Danny Deckchair. Angus King's recent TV credits include Real Time With Bill Maher and Charlie Rose. Angus King's Instagram account (@anguskingmaine) has a relatively modest fanbase with around 17,000 followers. His recent posts to Instagram have gotten around 1,600 likes each.

Angus King Movies

TitleCreditYear
Danny Deckchair
Danny Deckchair
  • Darren Kehole
2003
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As of 2018, Angus King has appeared in only one movie. Danny Deckchair is the only recent movie featuring Angus King. Danny Deckchair, released in 2003, featured Angus King as Darren Kehole.

Angus King TV Shows

TitleCreditYear
Real Time With Bill Maher
Real Time With Bill Maher
  • Panelist
  • 2017
  • 2015
  • 2014
Charlie Rose
Charlie Rose
  • Guest
  • 2016
Meet the Press
Meet the Press
  • Panelist
  • 2013
  • 2006
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As of 2018, Angus King has appeared on about 2 TV shows. Some of the most recent Angus King TV appearances include Real Time With Bill Maher, Charlie Rose, and Meet the Press. In 2017, Angus King was a panelist on Real Time With Bill Maher. He was a guest on Charlie Rose in 2016 and he was a panelist on Meet the Press in 2013.

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The men and women of Bath Iron Works. The occasion was the laying of the keel of DDG 120, the Carl M. Levin. Carl retired from the Senate in 2014 after 36 years as a member of the Armed Services Committee, the last eight as Chairman. He was a mentor to me when I first joined the committee and served as a role model for civility, hard work, and dedication to our nation’s security. Not a doctrinaire hawk (he voted against the Iraq war, for example), Carl always took issues on the merits and looked for common ground. There were rarely party line votes on the committee under his leadership (actually, I don’t remember any) and he always gave everyone a fair hearing. It’s an extraordinary honor to be the namesake of a BIW ship; I can think of no one as deserving than this deeply patriotic and humble man. (By the way, if you look carefully, you will see men and women on the scaffolding  on both sides of the picture as well as those in the center. It was an amazing sight.)
#bathironworks #biw #bathbuiltisbestbuilt #carllevin #bathmaineAngus King Instagram: The men and women of Bath Iron Works. The occasion was the laying of the keel of DDG 120, the Carl M. Levin. Carl retired from the Senate in 2014 after 36 years as a member of the Armed Services Committee, the last eight as Chairman. He was a mentor to me when I first joined the committee and served as a role model for civility, hard work, and dedication to our nation’s security. Not a doctrinaire hawk (he voted against the Iraq war, for example), Carl always took issues on the merits and looked for common ground. There were rarely party line votes on the committee under his leadership (actually, I don’t remember any) and he always gave everyone a fair hearing. It’s an extraordinary honor to be the namesake of a BIW ship; I can think of no one as deserving than this deeply patriotic and humble man. (By the way, if you look carefully, you will see men and women on the scaffolding on both sides of the picture as well as those in the center. It was an amazing sight.) #bathironworks #biw #bathbuiltisbestbuilt #carllevin #bathmaine
The men and women of Bath Iron Works. The occasion was the laying of the keel of DDG 120, the Carl M. Levin. Carl retired from the Senate in 2014 after 36 years as a member of the Armed Services Committee, the last eight as Chairman. He was a mentor to me when I first joined the committee and served as a role model for civility, hard work, and dedication to our nation’s security. Not a doctrinaire hawk (he voted against the Iraq war, for example), Carl always took issues on the merits and looked for common ground. There were rarely party line votes on the committee under his leadership (actually, I don’t remember any) and he always gave everyone a fair hearing. It’s an extraordinary honor to be the namesake of a BIW ship; I can think of no one as deserving than this deeply patriotic and humble man. (By the way, if you look carefully, you will see men and women on the scaffolding  on both sides of the picture as well as those in the center. It was an amazing sight.)
#bathironworks #biw #bathbuiltisbestbuilt #carllevin #bathmaineAngus King Instagram: The men and women of Bath Iron Works. The occasion was the laying of the keel of DDG 120, the Carl M. Levin. Carl retired from the Senate in 2014 after 36 years as a member of the Armed Services Committee, the last eight as Chairman. He was a mentor to me when I first joined the committee and served as a role model for civility, hard work, and dedication to our nation’s security. Not a doctrinaire hawk (he voted against the Iraq war, for example), Carl always took issues on the merits and looked for common ground. There were rarely party line votes on the committee under his leadership (actually, I don’t remember any) and he always gave everyone a fair hearing. It’s an extraordinary honor to be the namesake of a BIW ship; I can think of no one as deserving than this deeply patriotic and humble man. (By the way, if you look carefully, you will see men and women on the scaffolding on both sides of the picture as well as those in the center. It was an amazing sight.) #bathironworks #biw #bathbuiltisbestbuilt #carllevin #bathmaine
Cold sunrise. Eight degrees this morning, which may seem balmy by Minnesota (or Maine) standards, but is pretty low for Washington. This week has been dominated by the testimony on Tuesday of the chiefs of the intelligence services at the annual World Wide Threats hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Dan Coats, The Director of National Intelligence, stated their mission succinctly at the beginning of the hearing, “To seek the truth and speak the truth”, which is exactly what they did. The problem was, their boss didn’t want to hear it, which is dangerous in two ways. First, it’s not good when the person who is the ultimate decision-maker (“the decider” in George W. Bush’s memorable phrase) is unconcerned about or even hostile to the facts, and, more subtly, when the message is conveyed back that you’d better tell the boss what he wants to hear. The latter can lead to bad intelligence, the former to bad actions. The agencies, of course, can be wrong, but to dismiss their professional conclusions without any discernible basis is, well, dangerous. #senateselectcommitteeonintelligence #intelligencecommunity  #worldwidethreats #truthtopower #sunrise #washingtonsunrise #washingtonmonumentAngus King Instagram: Cold sunrise. Eight degrees this morning, which may seem balmy by Minnesota (or Maine) standards, but is pretty low for Washington. This week has been dominated by the testimony on Tuesday of the chiefs of the intelligence services at the annual World Wide Threats hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Dan Coats, The Director of National Intelligence, stated their mission succinctly at the beginning of the hearing, “To seek the truth and speak the truth”, which is exactly what they did. The problem was, their boss didn’t want to hear it, which is dangerous in two ways. First, it’s not good when the person who is the ultimate decision-maker (“the decider” in George W. Bush’s memorable phrase) is unconcerned about or even hostile to the facts, and, more subtly, when the message is conveyed back that you’d better tell the boss what he wants to hear. The latter can lead to bad intelligence, the former to bad actions. The agencies, of course, can be wrong, but to dismiss their professional conclusions without any discernible basis is, well, dangerous. #senateselectcommitteeonintelligence #intelligencecommunity #worldwidethreats #truthtopower #sunrise #washingtonsunrise #washingtonmonument
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