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Hey, it’s your friendly D.C. bureau Legal Affairs reporter, reporting live from inside the Sotomayor confirmation hearings. We’ve teamed up with TheUptake.org to bring you live video of the hearing (plus Twitter updates from Stephanie and David Corn in the crawl). Also check out the live blog below the video. If you missed any of the first three days, check out the wrap-ups: Pride and Prejudice (Monday), Where Did Sotomayor’s Empathy Go? (Tuesday), and Sotomayor Slips Up (Wednesday). Plus, video highlights from the week so far: Sonia knows nunchucks, Al Franken’s flop, ‘Splainin to do, and Al Franken’s Perry Mason joke.

 

 

 

 

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