Amy Coney Barrett truly shines under fire in Senate hearings

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Author(s) New York Post editorial board
Source New York Post
Date October 13, 2020
Quotes-start.png In two days of Senate hearings, Amy Coney Barrett has already shown she has the right temperament — and legal chops — to serve on the Supreme Court: She isn’t ruffled or distracted by hostile questions but sticks like glue to the facts and the law. At the same time, Democrats have shown they have no good reason to reject her: Their toughest line of attack has been to suggest she might not vote the way they’d like on an ObamaCare case or if the election comes before the high court. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Barrett should be confirmed on the topic Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination.