By BILL CLARK and TOM WILLIAMS CQ Roll Call
A busy week in the Capitol was marked by several historic moments, including the first time a vice president has cast a tiebreaker vote on a cabinet nomination. The Senate, in protest of several of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet nominees, was in session for more than two days. The late night session made headlines when Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren was silenced as she read a 1986 letter from Coretta Scott King about Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch became a staple in the halls of Congress this week, making the rounds to many senators’ offices.
Here is the entire week in photos:
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