Q & A with Tom Korologos
Tom Korologos talked about his recent Washington Post opinion piece about White House nomination battles titled “A History of Nomination Train Wrecks.” He also spoke about about his service in the Reagan administration as director of congressional relations and his volunteer service assisting in various Senate confirmations in both the Reagan and Bush administrations. He pointed to the failed confirmation of Judge Robert Bork in 1987 as the most difficult proceeding he was involved with, and pointed out several key mistakes the nominee made. He also reviewed the nomination hearing for William Rehnquist to be associate justice. close
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