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Supreme Court / Barrett Confirmation Hearings / Day 2 #1262006

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 13, 2020
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Terry Moran) The Democrats' grilling of Judge Amy Coney Barrett about the Affordable Care Act reviewed; scenes shown from the Judiciary Committee hearings. [In response to questions, BARRETT - says Justice Antonin Scalia was a mentor, that she will not recuse herself on an election case, on not answering a question about delaying an election, on precedents of same-sex marriage, on Roe not being a super-precedent, that she is not here to destroy the Affordable Care act: not on her agenda, on the George Floyd video: it was personal for my black children: an ongoing conversation.] How nothing happened to day to take the hearings off course discussed.

Muir, David;
Moran, Terry

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