‘We Have The Votes’ — Ted Cruz Says Senate Will Vote To Confirm Amy Coney Barrett Despite COVID On Capitol Hill

‘We Have The Votes’ — Ted Cruz Says Senate Will Vote To Confirm Amy Coney Barrett Despite COVID On Capitol Hill


Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said Tuesday that the Senate will vote to confirm Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett despite the outbreak of coronavirus amongst several Republican senators.

“I’m very confident. I believe we have the votes. I believe we’ll get it done,” Cruz said during a Washington Post Live interview. “As I see it, we have a solid 51 votes right now. And from the conversations in the conference, I don’t see that changing.”

Three Republican senators have tested positive for coronavirus. Trump also has coronavirus and was discharged from Walter Reed hospital Monday night.

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Senate Judiciary Subcommittee Chairman Ted Cruz (R-TX) questions witnesses during a hearing about “anarchist violence” in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill August 04, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Republican Utah Sen. Mike Lee was the first U.S. senator present Sept. 26 at the White House for the Supreme Court nomination to test positive for coronavirus, announcing earlier Friday that he would be heading home to recover. Lee also met with Barrett on Tuesday.

Republican North Carolina Sen. Thom Tillis then tested positive. Tillis was also

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