Appeals Court Judge Merrick Garland speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House after being nominated by President Barack Obama in Washington

Obama allies to press Republicans on high court nomination

Appeals Court Judge Merrick Garland speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House after being nominated by President Barack Obama in WashingtonBy Timothy Gardner WASHINGTON (Reuters) – As the Senate began a two-week recess on Friday, the White House and its allies sought to turn up the heat on Republicans to reverse course and act on President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky has pledged not to hold confirmation hearings or a vote on Obama’s nomination on Wednesday of Merrick Garland, a centrist appeals court judge and former prosecutor, to the high court.

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