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John Dickerson on the Senate's impending Supreme Court fight

CBS News Sunday, 20 September 2020
"60 Minutes" correspondent on the history of SCOTUS confirmation hearings, and Mitch McConnell's reversal over the principle of voting on high court picks during an election year
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