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"I had to do my consitutitonal duty."

"I had to do my consitutitonal duty."

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Senator Hatch announced Friday that he will vote "no" on Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor. This morning, he told Grant and Amanda that he felt some of her answers were not truthful, particularly on the topic of abortion. Senator Hatch said he has respect for her background, but he has to do his constitutional duty. He truly feels that she has applied the constitution incorrectly. We asked him if he'd vote the same if his vote was the deciding vote? He said, "Yes." Fascinating interview - click here to hear it.

"I had to do my consitutitonal duty."

Earlier this morning, Grant and Amanda spoke with ABC Political Consultant Steve Roberts about several issues, including Hatch's vote. Steve said that in this vote, Senator Hatch may be speaking for Utah, but he does not speak for America, as a majority of the nation supports the judge. Click here to hear more from Steve on this and Sarah Palin's plans.

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