Q When you hear the name Jack Abramoff what are the first words that come to mind


Sen. Conrad Burns (R-Mont.): “Nothing.” Blank? “Blank.”

Sen. Herb Kohl (D-Wis.): “Scandal.” Anything else? “That’s bad enough, isn’t it?”

Sen. Johnny IsaksonJohnny IsaksonOvernight Finance: Senators spar over Wall Street at SEC pick's hearing | New CBO score for ObamaCare bill | Agency signs off on Trump DC hotel lease GOP senators offer bill to require spending cuts with debt-limit hikes Schumer to House GOP: 'Turn back before it's too late' MORE (R-Ga.): “Unfortunate and disappointing.”

Sen. Dianne FeinsteinDianne FeinsteinDems get it wrong: 'Originalism' is mainstream, even for liberal judges Human rights leaders warn against confirming Gorsuch Feinstein sees slipping support among California voters: poll MORE (D-Calif.): “I actually don’t hear it. Fraud, criminality, but I think that has all been resolved.”

Sen. Trent Lott (R-Miss.): “Uh, nothing.” [Laughter.]

Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.): “Criminal.”

Sen. John McCainJohn McCainRepublicans giving Univision the cold shoulder: report This week: GOP picks up the pieces after healthcare defeat Democrats step up calls that Russian hack was act of war MORE (R-Ariz.): “I don’t play that game. That is just not something I want to do. I work on the Indian Affairs Committee, and we looked into Jack Abramoff.”

Sen. Tom CarperTom CarperDems question potential Kushner real estate deal with Chinese firm Dems introduce MAR-A-LAGO Act to publish visitor logs Making water infrastructure a priority MORE (D-Del.): “I never met him. Who is this guy, and why does he wear all those baseball caps? I must not be important because I haven’t had the pleasure. I’m just glad I don’t know him.”

Sen. Craig Thomas (R-Wyo.): “I say he’s a guy who broke the law, and he’s paying the price.”