Good morning, it’s a rainy Monday in the nation’s capital. A federal holiday, too, although I’m not sure what to call it anymore. On Capitol Hill, some federal employees will be on the clock, however, including those on the Senate Judiciary Committee. As I write these words, that dependably partisan panel is opening hearings into the contentious Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett.
President Trump’s highly politicized announcement regarding her appointment took on unwanted baggage when that Rose Garden ceremony apparently turned into a coronavirus “super-spreader” event. Pandemic… Read More in Real Clear Politics