Barrett is confirmed by the Senate as the new Supreme Court Justice.
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The Senate confirmed Amy coney barrett as a new judge of the Supreme Court. The Republican majority validated the candidate proposed by the president, Donald Trump, with what thus reinforced the conservative bias of the highest court since there are currently six magistrates of this ideology compared to three progressives.
It is an unprecedented decision due to its proximity to the elections.
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Barrett was confirmed with 52 votes in favor, almost all of Republican senators, and 48 against, all the democrats and a republican legislatorSusan Collins, who confirmed her disagreement against Barrett as unfair so shortly before the presidential election.
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