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The Senate voted to confirm John Brennan to become director of the CIA on Thursday, ending weeks of delays that culminated in an old-fashioned, 13-hour talking filibuster by Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul over what he called the dangers of drone strikes inside the U.S.
The chamber voted 81-16 to end debate on Brennan’s nomination, easily clearing the 60-vote threshold Democrats needed to break Republicans’ procedural barricade. Senators then voted 63-34 to confirm Brennan, who needed only a simple majority after the Senate ended debate.