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Lindsey Graham Says 'We've Got the Votes' to Approve Court Pick

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Sure, most Senate Republicans will approve President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. But they seem to have already done so, without a name.
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