MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent, Ari Melber said ahead of Judge Neil Gorsuch’s second day of confirmation hearings that it’s only the first inning, but Gorsuch is up by several runs.
“This is going to be a long game, if you want to say, likely to go into extra innings. We have been advised, at least ten hours. I expect the beginning to be especially eventful,” Melber told MBNBC’s Brian Williams.
Melber concluded by saying, though, “It’s the first inning, but Neil Gorsuch is up by several runs.”
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