Roberts Nomination: A Look Inside the Process It's been less than two days since President Bush chose John Roberts to fill the upcoming vacancy on the Supreme Court, and preparations to usher the nominee through the confirmation process are underway. Juan Williams reports that as Roberts makes courtesy calls to key Senators on Capitol Hill, the White House is developing a political strategy it hopes will smooth the confirmation process.
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Roberts Nomination: A Look Inside the Process

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Roberts Nomination: A Look Inside the Process

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It's been less than two days since President Bush chose John Roberts to fill the upcoming vacancy on the Supreme Court, and preparations to usher the nominee through the confirmation process are underway. Juan Williams reports that as Roberts makes courtesy calls to key Senators on Capitol Hill, the White House is developing a political strategy it hopes will smooth the confirmation process.