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Capitol Hill / Jonathan Turley / Lindsey Graham / Chuck Schumer #1168806

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 15, 2016
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Margaret mentioned the history and in fact it would be rare for the Senate to turn the president down in an election year in the 20th century the Senate voted on seven Supreme Court nominees during election years and it approved all but. One Nancy Cordes is on Capitol Hill. I intend to make 2016 a referendum on the U.S. Supreme Court. It took roughly three hours for Scalia's passing to become a major campaign issue. The president under our Constitution has a duty to send forth a name to be consi...
Reporter(s):
Nancy Cordes
Duration:
00:02:03

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