Reid: GOP Have Run Away from Their Duty to Provide Advice and Consent on Garland

‘For 70 days, Senate Republicans have refused to do anything to move along Merrick Garland’s nomination’

"For 70 days, Senate Republicans have refused to do anything to move along Merrick Garland’s nomination. Republicans will not look at Garland’s questionnaire or study his record, they will not give him a hearing, and they are absolutely committed to blocking a vote. That’s 10 full weeks of Republicans running away from their constitutional duty to provide their advice and consent on President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee."

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