Congress is set for a busy day on Capitol Hill.
The first hearing for the nomination of Judge Neil Grouch to the Supreme Court will be held today on Capitol Hill. The hearings for the next Supreme Court justice will last for four days. Judge Gorsuch will need 60 votes in the Senate for confirmation. FBI director James Comey will also be on the hill, speaking to the House Intelligence Committee about President Trump’s wiretapping claims against former President Obama. The White House has also accused British intelligence of assisting in the alleged wiretapping at Trump Tower. Meanwhile, Republicans are trying to make their last pitch for the Obamacare replacement plan as the bill heads for a vote in the House Thursday.