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Before Supreme Court nod, an intrusive interrogation

February 16, 2016, Associated Press

Robert Kelner is quoted in this AP article discussing the intrusive interrogation that all prospective Supreme Court Justices face during the vetting process. According to Kelner, "I always tell clients that they should think long and hard about whether they want to go through the process at all." He continues, "You give up any semblance of privacy. Your name may be floated, but then it might become publicly known that the White House backed away because of something embarrassing."

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