Lindsey Graham rejects GOP senator's "affirmative action" claim on Supreme Court pick

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Published Jan 31, 2022
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Policy Leaning Analysis

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 10% Conservative:

  • 1 positive sentiment and 1 negative sentiment for Affirmative Action.


Politician Portrayal Analysis:

This article includes the following Politician Portrayal sentiments, providing an average sentiment of 80% Negative and bias score of 30% Conservative:

4 negative sentiments and 4 positive sentiments for Joe Biden
1 negative sentiment and 1 positive sentiment for Roger F. Wicker
1 negative sentiment for Bill Clinton
2 negative sentiments for Stephen Breyer
1 positive sentiment for Susan M. Collins


Policies:

Affirmative Action

Politicians:

Joe Biden
Roger F. Wicker
Bill Clinton
Stephen Breyer
Susan M. Collins

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14% Biden said he will announce a nomination by the end of February, and will likely begin meeting with potential candidates in the coming week."
4% However, not all Republican lawmakers have signaled as much enthusiasm for a potential Biden nominee as Graham."
4% "Graham's comments come after Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker said Friday that Biden's pick would be a beneficiary of affirmative action.""
0% Graham's comments come after Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker said Friday that Biden's pick would be a "beneficiary" of affirmative action."
0% Graham's comments come after Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker said Friday that Biden's pick would be a "beneficiary" of affirmative action."
-4% Breyer has served as a liberal justice on the Supreme Court for nearly three decades, after being nominated by President Bill Clinton in 1994."
-6% A new poll released Sunday also found that a vast majority of Republican voters said they want Biden to consider "all possible nominees" to ..."
-6% Biden said he would uphold a commitment to nominate a Black woman to the court when Breyer announced his retirement on Thursday.nn"
-6% Biden said he would uphold a commitment to nominate a Black woman to the court when Breyer announced his retirement on Thursday.nn"
-18% "Affirmative action is picking somebody not as well qualified for past wrongs, Graham said.""

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52% : Graham's comments come after Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker said Friday that Biden's pick would be a "beneficiary" of affirmative action.
41% : Affirmative action is picking somebody not as well qualified for past wrongs," Graham said.

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