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Top Senate Judiciary Democrat Feinstein says she doesn't 'have the power' to block Trump's Supreme Court nominee

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Sen. Dianne Feinstein called it 'deeply concerning' if a Supreme Court nominee is confirmed before a new president is inaugurated.
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