(CNN) - Former Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman has a new gig - at successor Al Franken's alma mater.
Harvard University's Institute of Politics announced Thursday that the former Republican senator will be part of its latest class of teaching fellows.
Other political luminaries joining Coleman at Harvard as resident or visiting fellows this fall include former Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe, former Kerry and Obama advisor Stephanie Cutter, Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan.
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Coleman as a teacher? He should be tutoring first and second graders about the art of whining and crying to obtain benefits.
Oh, yeah. This move will not help the reputation of Harvard. What a self-centered jerk Coleman has shown himself to be.
Doesn't that make Coleman an "elitest"? He better not have any political aspirations!!!