Four Trump administration nominees coasted through their judicial confirmation hearing Wednesday, fielding only a handful of questions in a session that lasted less than an hour.

The hearing—for Ninth Circuit picks Eric Miller and Bridget Bade and court nominees Richard Hertling and Karin Immergut on separate panels—was convened by Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, despite a congressional recess.

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