Merrick Garland chokes up discussing family's fleeing of anti-Semitism
The Washington Examiner
An article discussing the confirmation hearings before the Judiciary Committee of the United States Senate for Merrick Garland. Garland was President Joe Biden's nominee for the position of Attorney General. It notes Garland's emotional recounting of how his grandparents fled to the United States to escape antisemitic persecution in Eastern Europe. This was in response to a question by Senator Cory Booker. The video of this interaction is included in the article. Click on the URI above to read the article. See also our link to an entry in the political encyclopedia, Ballotpedia, detailing Merrick Garland's judicial career and nominations to the Supreme Court by President Barack Obama and later his nomination to be Attorney General by President Joe Biden.
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