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Trump's Homeland Security Pick Opposes Some Of His Controversial Plans

Newsy Wednesday, 11 January 2017 ()
Trump's Homeland Security Pick Opposes Some Of His Controversial PlansWatch Video"We passed legislation on the defense bill prohibiting torture, including waterboarding. Do you intend to follow that law?" Sen. John McCain asked Gen. John Kelly during the hearing to confirm him as the head of the Department of Homeland Security. 

"Absolutely, senator," Kelly replied.

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News video: Are Trump’s nominees using their confirmation hearings to air their disagreements with him?

Are Trump’s nominees using their confirmation hearings to air their disagreements with him? 03:01

The Post’s Karen Tumulty looks at several instances where President-elect Donald Trump’s nominees have disagreed with him on some of his campaign pledges during their confirmation hearings.

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