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Corker, Cardin predict movement on Lynch nomination
Corker, Cardin predict movement on Lynch nomination

The long-stalled vote in the Senate on President Barack Obama's nominee for attorney general could take place this week, Sen. Ben Cardin said on Sunday. "There has been absolutely no reason about her qualifications that would prevent this nomination from going forward," the Maryland Democrat said of nominee Loretta Lynch. "So, I am hopeful it will be up this week." Cardin, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, spoke on CNN's State of the Union on Sunday, along with committee chairman, Republican Bob Corker of Tennessee. Cardin and Corker negotiated a bipartisan agreement last week to give Congress a chance to review a nuclear...