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Mitch McConnell Plans Attempts To Change Rules To Confirm Trump Judges

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Mitch McConnell Plans Attempts To Change Rules To Confirm Trump Judges

Mitch McConnell Plans Attempts To Change Rules To Confirm Trump Judges

Mitch McConnell made it hard for former President Barack Obama to make any court picks.

According to the Huffington Post, McConnell is now ready to make it easier to confirm district judges.

The Senate is voting this week to reduce debate time for most nominees, from 30 to two hours.

McConnell said the rule change is necessary because of Democrats’ “unprecedented obstruction” of Trump’s nominees.

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