Sen. Graham on Barrett: 'She's going to the court'
Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett returned to Capitol Hill for a third day of confirmation hearings, during which she was called "unashamedly pro-life" by Sen. Lindsey Graham. He told Barrett that "a seat at the table is waiting" for her. (Oct. 14)
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