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Merrick Garland gives emotional response to senator's question

 


US Attorney General nominee Merrick Garland said he feels an obligation to the nation that took his family is after they fled antisemitism and persecution.

We just conclude by talking telling answering the question about your motivation and maybe some of your own family history in confronting hate and discrimination in in in American history.

Yes, senator so you know I come from a family. My grandparents fled antisemitism and persecution. The country took us in. Protect us. And I feel the obligation to the country to pay back. And. This is the highest best use of my own set of skills to pay back. And soul I want very much to be the kind of turn Attorney General that you're. Saying I could become. I'll do my best to try and be the kind of Attorney General. 

I believe your heart and I'm grateful but you were living at my command.

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