Holder Confirmed Easily as New AG

by Benjamin Domenech on 4:44 am February 3, 2009

Eric Holder was confirmed by a wide bipartisan Senate vote on Monday to become the nation’s first black attorney general. The Senate voted 75-21 to confirm Holder, who overcame early concerns raised by Republicans regarding his role in several controversies while serving as deputy attorney general in the Clinton administration.

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