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Amy Coney Barrett recalls Scalia's 'incalculable influence' on her


WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Justice Antonin Scalia, who died more than four years ago, loomed large in President Donald Trump's Sept. 26 announcement of his Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett. Trump briefly mentioned the former justice, noting that Barrett had once clerked for him, and he pointed out that Scalia's wife, Maureen, and son Eugene, U.S. secretary of labor, were both in attendance for the White House Rose Garden ceremony.

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