Rev. Al Sharpton talks about President Obama’s need to quickly select a successor to Justice Scalia and the disrespect that follows his upcoming decision.
“It is clear in the constitution that the President of the United States makes the nomination on consideration of the Senate. For them to suggest that they would stall any nomination is acting like he’s not the President. He ought to move in a hasty manner. You would think after seven years they would get over it,” Sharpton said.
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