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.
Holder Confirmed Easily as New AG
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