Lieberman meets with Reid, calls for unity
From our afternoon news: Senator Joe Lieberman's future with the Democratic caucus is up in the air after a meeting with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
Since winning re-election as an Independent, Lieberman has been caucusing with the Democrats, and serves as chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
Many Democrats were angered by his support for Republican presidential candidate John McCain, and have called for censure, or for him to be kicked out of the caucus.
Following the meeting, Lieberman gave a short speech, defending his support for McCain, and other positions that have put him at odds with Democrats.
Lieberman said he is calling for unity following the election to help the economy, and keep the nation safe. But he gave few details of his meeting with Reid, aside from saying that he would "consider his options."
Senator Reid said in a statement that no decisions had been made during their meeting.
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