Senate Votes to Limit Debate of Supreme Court Nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, Confirmation Set for Monday Night

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(FOX NEWS) – The Senate voted Sunday afternoon to limit debate on the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, setting up a vote on her confirmation for Monday evening.

Sunday’s vote limited debate over President Trump’s court appointee to 30 hours, meaning the full Senate will be able to hold a confirmation vote Monday some time after 7 p.m.

Democrats took to Twitter to voice their opposition prior to voting against moving forward with the confirmation process.

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