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GOP Threatens to Invoke 'Nuclear Rule' to Get Supreme Court Nominee Confirmed

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A Supreme Court nominee has never been blocked by a partisan filibuster but Democrats will try to stop Gorsuch by insisting on the Senate’s rule requiring 60 votes. If that happens, Republicans say they will change Senate rules, override Democrats and confirm Gorsuch with a simple majority.