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U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., finds himself in a no-win situation in agreeing to talk to presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump.

CHATTANOOGA — A once up-and-coming business owner and former mayor sat at a dark brown table next to a window inside Tony's — a tiny Italian restaurant that's become a Chattanooga staple — and ate a salmon salad.

It's an unassuming rainy Sunday here and nearly no one notices U.S. Sen. Bob Corker is in town.

Today very few Chattanoogans are surprised when the 63-year-old Corker takes in a weekend yoga class or rides his bike along the riverfront, redeveloped more than a decade ago as one of his signature projects as mayor.

Read more from our news partner, The Tennessean, here.

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