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Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Could Begin Oct. 12

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Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Could Begin Oct. 12Watch VideoConfirmation hearings for President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Cony Barrett, will begin October 12, according to two people familiar with the schedule.

The four-day hearing will potentially lead to a vote on the nomination ahead of the November 3 election, with the hearings beginning just 22 days...
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News video: Trump Predicts Supreme Court Will Decide Election Outcome as He Pushes Quick Confirmation

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