Barrett takes US Supreme Court oath deepening conservative grip

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    US President Donald Trump’s pick for the US Supreme Court justice Amy Coney Barrett has been sworn in after the Senate confirmed her nomination. Her controversial appointment just days before the US presidential election, gives the top court a large conservative majority. Democrats say the choice should have been left to the new president to pick Al Jazeera’s Alan Fisher reports from Washington, DC, the US. –

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