Barrett: Racism persists; Floyd death was personal Tuesday, 13 October 2020
Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett says racism persists in the United States and tackling it is a matter of policy. She said the killing of George Floyd was personal for her family. (Oct. 13)
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News video: Barrett 'wept' with daughter over Floyd's death

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President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett said on Tuesday at her U.S. Senate confirmation that George Floyd's death was 'very, very personal' for her family, noting that she has two black children.

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