Obama Supports Senate Rule Change on Nominee Votes

Obama Supports Senate Rule Change on Nominee Votes Play

Nov. 21 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama talks about the rule change enacted by the U.S. Senate paving the way to allow a simple majority to confirm most presidential nominees. The 52-48 vote ended the requirement that at least 60 votes are needed to advance nominations. Obama speaks prior to the daily White House press briefing. (Source: Bloomberg)

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