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Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett In Hot Seat During Confirmation Hearing

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Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett In Hot Seat During Confirmation Hearing

Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett In Hot Seat During Confirmation Hearing

Laura Podesta reports Judge Amy Coney Barrett faced questions by senators for nearly 12 hours On Tuesday.


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