By Henry Decker

WATCH LIVE: John Kerry’s Secretary Of State Confirmation Hearing

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The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is holding a confirmation hearing for President Obama’s nominee for Secretary of State, Senator John Kerry (D-MA), on Thursday morning. Watch the hearing live, courtesy of NBC News:

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WATCH LIVE: John Kerry’s Secretary Of State Confirmation Hearing Reviewed by on . The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is holding a confirmation hearing for President Obama's nominee for Secretary of State, Senator John Kerry (D-MA), on Thu The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is holding a confirmation hearing for President Obama's nominee for Secretary of State, Senator John Kerry (D-MA), on Thu Rating:

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