Andrew McCarthy, Fox News Contributor and Former Assistant U.S. Attorney spoke with Fox News Radio's Guy Benson about the ongoing confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. McCarthy commented on Judge Barrett's ability to answer questions without notes. McCarthy said,

"She's a court of appeals judge, aside from the fact that, you know, she's she's obviously brilliant and a very good communicator. And she spent a lot of years teaching these principles that she's talking about, her day job, the job that she wants to now do on a higher level and I think she'll get appointed is, you know, you read the briefs, you do the work. And then when it comes time to have the argument, you locked into what the lawyers who are arguing the case, the points they're trying to make and they lock into your reaction and there's not a lot of time. You can have a lot of notes, but there's not a lot of time for that stuff. You really kind of on the hot seat. You have to you have to be supple and able to answer."

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