The president is impeached and tensions are high with Iran—but even the threat of war won’t stop the Senate from confirming President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees. Among the Senate’s first votes after returning from the holiday break were for judicial nominees.

Trump got a record-breaking 187 judges confirmed to the federal bench during his first three years in office, with more than 100 of those approved this past year alone. It’s a staggering pace that conservatives are bragging about and liberals are warning could reshape the courts against them for decades.

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