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Amy Coney Barrett accepts Supreme Court nomination, pledges to 'faithfully and impartially discharge' duties

FOXNews.com Saturday, 26 September 2020
Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Saturday accepted President Trump’s nomination to the United States Supreme Court, pledging to “faithfully and impartially discharge” her duties under the Constitution while vowing to go through the confirmation process with “humility and courage.”
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