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Biden condemns push to fast track Supreme Court confirmation as 'exercise in raw political power'

FOXNews.com Sunday, 20 September 2020
Joe Biden on Sunday made a personal appeal to the handful of Senate Republicans who will determine if President Trump’s pending Supreme Court nominee will go forward.
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