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SOURCE: http://thehill.com/policy/finance/526965-trump-nominees-long-road-to-fed-may-be-dead-end
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She went on to lose the procedural vote by a tally of 47 to 50, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellBiden decides on pick for secretary of State OVERNIGHT ENERGY: House Democrats push Biden to pick Haaland as next Interior secretary | Trump administration proposal takes aim at bank pledges to avoid fossil fuel financing | Wasserman Schultz pitches climate plan in race to chair Appropriations Key McConnell ally: Biden should get access to transition resources MORE (R-Ky.) switching his vote to a “no” so he can call another vote on the nomination under Senate rules.That setback has left Shelton with few ways to land on the Fed board and Republicans with a dwindling chance of taking a potential Fed appointment away from President-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenOutside groups flood Georgia with advertising buys ahead of runoffs Biden will receive @POTUS Twitter account on Jan. 20 even if Trump doesn't concede, company says Trump to participate in virtual G-20 summit amid coronavirus surge MORE.“It's possible and I think many Republicans would like to take that seat away from Biden, so if they can get her confirmed they would like to, even if it’s really late in the game,” Katz said in an email.

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