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Trump judicial nominee Matthew Petersen struggles answering legal questions
Matthew Petersen, a lawyer in private practice who was nominated for a lifetime appoint as a federal judge by President Trump, admitted that he has no background in trial work and struggled answering questions during a Senate confirmation hearing. NBC News justice correspondent Pete Williams reports for TODAY.
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