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Chief Justice John Roberts says the Supreme Court "doesn't have Obama judges, or Trump judges, Bush judges or Clinton judges." Win McNamee/AP hide caption

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Chief Justice Roberts Issues Rare Rebuke To Trump; Trump Fires Back

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A Utah County election worker verifies signatures on mail-in ballots for the midterm elections on Nov. 6. George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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Sign Here: Why Elections Officials Struggle To Match Voters' Signatures

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Voter Recount Slowed Because Of Signature Verification Process

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NPR host Audie Cornish interviews former first lady Michelle Obama on her book Becoming in Chicago on Nov. 2. Chuck Kennedy/NPR hide caption

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'Becoming' on Morning Edition

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President Trump speaks to reporters at the White House on Friday. The president has joined Florida Gov. Rick Scott in amplifying claims of voter fraud in the state's Senate race despite lack of evidence. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams addresses supporters at an election watch party on Tuesday. Abrams has not conceded to her Republican opponent, Brian Kemp, contending there are thousands of absentee and provisional ballots yet to be counted. Jessica McGowan/Getty Images hide caption

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This Maine District Went For Obama, Then Trump. Now It's A Toss-Up

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Maine's 2nd Congressional District Has Backed Obama And Trump

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Interior Department Clears Up Questions Over Inspector General Job

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks at a rally for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jay Gonzalez (left) and congressional Democratic candidate Ayanna Pressley (second from left). Scott Eisen/Getty Images hide caption

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Rapper Kanye West shows a picture of a plane on a phone to President Trump during a meeting in the Oval Office on Thursday. Getty Images hide caption

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'Quite Something': Kanye West Makes A Statement In The Oval Office

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Retired Justice Anthony Kennedy administers the Judicial Oath to Judge Brett Kavanaugh in the Justices' Conference Room of the Supreme Court Building. Ashley Kavanaugh holds the Bible. At left are their daughters, Margaret, background, and Liza. Fred Schilling/Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States via AP hide caption

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Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., walks to the Senate floor for a cloture vote on the nomination of Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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