Confirmation Bias by Carl Hulse
Carl Hulse, Chief Washington correspondent for “The New York Times,” discusses his new book, “Confirmation Bias,” with Paul Kane of “The Washington Post.” The battle to fill the Supreme Court seat of Antonin Scalia, an outsized figure in life and in death, sparked a political clash decades in the making. Unleashing reverberations that will impact citizens for generations, it upended Senate norms, influenced the outcome of the last presidential election, injected partisanship into the high court, and eroded public trust in all three branches of government. Carl Hulse presents a revelatory look at a still-unfolding chapter in American history and the toxic dysfunction at its core.
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