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There’s an expectation that any federal judicial nominee President Barack Obama seeks to place on the bench would get opposition from Congressional Republicans, but lately that hasn’t been the case. Instead, liberal groups are targeting an Obama nominee, and some of them are finding themselves in stark opposition to a White House they normally would have supported for the first time since Obama became president. With a confirmation hearing looming Tuesday in the Senate, morning fireworks could spark between the nominee and Democratic legislators.

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Monday morning on “NewsOne Now,” host Roland Martin discussed progressive opposition to President Obama‘s controversial judicial nominees.

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