Just Saying No

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March 8, 2018, 10:52 a.m.

The 29 confirmed judges nominated by President Trump have received an average of nearly 23 “no” votes in the Senate. That’s easily the highest since the Senate expanded to 100 senators some 60 years ago, according to a Pew Research analysis. President Obama‘s 330 confirmed judges got an average of 6.2 votes against them and President George W. Bush‘s 328 got an average of 2 votes in opposition.


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