Intersection: A Supreme Court Nomination During A Presidential Election
Republicans in the Senate Judiciary Committee have voted to advance the US Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
The vote Thursday morning came early- after Democrats on the committee boycotted the vote.
Barrett is expected to be confirmed by the Senate- and if she does it will be one of the fastest confirmations in the history of the supreme court.
Joining Intersection to talk about this nomination process during a highly polarized presidential election is Stetson University College of Law Professor Louis Virelli.
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