Senate, Supreme Court And President discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

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Woman suspected of sending an envelope with rice into the White House has been arrested at the New York Canada border. The letter was intercepted a governmental facility that screens male. Reportedly. The letter originally came from Canada boxes. Jackie Baniyas, a Democratic U. S. Senator Cory Booker, joining CBS's face the Nation to discuss the severe long term political implications of allowing Republicans to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg court seat before Election Day. Now, voting has already started and we had literally my colleagues Aching toe. What the rules should be, what the guiding principles they were operating on, and so, for now, for them to so severely violate their own words, I think does a tremendous amount of damage to the institution of the Senate. I lost the legitimacy of the court. But President Trump said the next Supreme Court nominee will be a woman and vowed to fill the seat without delay. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell promise that the Senate will vote on a replacement named by the president. But some people are now calling out Senate Republicans for hypocrisy, citing that in 2016. McConnell blocked President Obama Supreme Court nominee because he and his conservative colleagues believed the seat should not be filled during an election year. America is listening to Fox News. This's

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