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But it's happened more than once, though well before the age of careful vetting of nominees and Senate hearings. Between 1789 and 1882, eight men were confirmed to a high court seat they did not fill, according to "The Supreme Court Compendium." Here are some details: Robert Harrison was confirmed to the court just two days after President George Washington nominated his former lawyer and military aide. It took Harrison a month to decline the post, partly because of poor health, according to the "Documentary History of the Supreme Court." Washington then sent Harrison a personal letter urging him to reconsider. Alexander Hamilton also made a pitch to Harrison, who initially relented and set out from Maryland for New York, then the nation's capital. But a week later, Harrison wrote Washington again to reaffirm his refusal. He died less than three months later. ___ John Jay and William Cushing both served on the court, Jay as the first chief justice. Washington wanted to make Cushing chief justice a year after Jay resigned, but the justice turned down the promotion, even after Senate confirmation, and served on the court another 14 years, until his death in 1810. President John Adams wanted Jay to return as the court's chief in 1800.

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official World News | Sun Apr 9, 2017 | 1:28pm EDT U.S. Navy strike group to move toward Korean peninsula: U.S. official left right FILE PHOTO - Sailors man the rails of the USS Carl Vinson, a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier, as it departs its home port in San Diego, California August 22, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo 1/3 left right FILE PHOTO - U.S. Navy personnel prepare to launch an F18 fighter jet on the deck of USS Carl Vinson during a routine exercise in South China Sea, March 3, 2017. REUTERS/Erik De Castro/File Photo 2/3 left right FILE PHOTO - A U.S. F18 fighter jet lands on the deck of U.S. aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson during an annual joint military exercise called 'Foal Eagle' between South Korea and U.S., in the East Sea, South Korea, March 14, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji/File Photo 3/3 By Idrees Ali | WASHINGTON WASHINGTON A U.S.

They seemed to reflect Mr. Tillerson's expectation, which he has expressed privately to aides and members of Congress, that the American relationship with Russia is already reverting to the norm: one of friction, distrust and mutual efforts to undermine each other's reach." Here's NBC's Kailani Koenig on Graham on "f you" moment. POLITICO looks at the shift in Trump's foreign policy staff. From NBC's Pete Williams , on Neil Gorsuch: "The U.S. Supreme Court term is nearly over, but the influence of the newest justice, Neil Gorsuch, is likely to have an immediate effect on one of the most important cases yet to be heard and on helping select cases the court will take up next. The court hears the final 13 cases of the term during the last two weeks in April, when it will be back at full strength for the first time since Antonin Scalia died 14 months ago. Gorsuch will not be able to vote on cases that were argued before he arrived at the court, but he may have a decisive role to play in an important freedom of religion case to be heard April 19." The Washington Post has a lengthy look at how Steve Bannon turned anti-Clinton sentiment into a lucrative business. Democrats are raising the alarm over Trump's tax plan, the New York Times writes. CONGRESS: No regrets Democrats don't have any regrets after the nuclear option showdown last week, POLITICO writes.

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