Sen. John McCain said he imagines Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s recently announced nominee to be the next U.S. attorney general, would be confirmed if the Senate waits until Republicans officially assume their majority status — a timeline many Republicans are calling for.
“I think elections have consequences and therefore you give his nominees the benefit of the doubt. It doesn’t mean you’re rubber-stamped,” the Arizona Republican told Newsmax TV.
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