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Trump Supreme Court Announcement

11 July 2018, 12:03 | Erica Roy

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Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says a weekend move by the Trump administration to undercut the Affordable Care Act is another reason for senators to closely scrutinize the president's Supreme Court nominee.

"He's a good man and I like him", Casey said of Hardiman.

The choice was down to four people, he said, adding that "you can't go wrong" with any of them. Graham said on "Fox News Sunday". He said, even during his campaign, and then he did it to a great success with his base - I will take the names from this list that's given to me by a conservative Republican group, even if it might exclude a great part of the American population, even though the Supreme Court is there for everybody, I will pick based on a small political group.

Before retiring in 2013, Kyl was a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which will be the first to consider the nomination.

The Senate must confirm Trump's nominee, who will be backed campaign-style by the White House and conservative legal organizations. He was in the running previous year for the Supreme Court seat left by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.

"Trump values loyalty above all else", she said. But Democrats had begun filibustering a number of Bush's judicial nominees, which Republicans saw as an affront to their agenda. The ads will simply tell viewers who the nominee is and explain why they are qualified to sit on the Supreme Court.

"I do think the president has to think about who is the easiest to get confirmed here and I expect we'll do that on sort of a normal timetable of a couple of months".

Kavanaugh's many written opinions provide insight into his thinking and also will be fodder for Senate Democrats who will seek to block his confirmation.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who earlier in the day accused the "far left" of "scare tactics" to try to thwart the nomination, called Kavanaugh "a superb choice".

The pick is expected to receive backlash from Democrats as the 2018 Mid-Term Election nears closer.


Outside adviser Leonard Leo, now on leave from the Federalist Society, said on ABC's "This Week" on Sunday that this kind of jockeying is standard, noting that "every potential nominee before announcement gets concerns expressed about them by people who might ultimately support them".

"These are very talented people, brilliant people, and I think you're going to really love it".

In preparing for the unveiling, Trump aides are inviting senators who will vote on the nominee to the White House ceremony, including moderate Democrats who will be targeted as possible yes votes. Previously, Collins voted for Gorsuch because of his belief in the significance of precedent.

Some experts contend that regardless who Trump picks from among his favored quartet of judges, the difference when it comes to actual court decisions will be minimal. Many, including Leo, believe that it was a major contributing factor to his victory in 2016.

Kethledge serves as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit in Cincinnati.

On average, for Supreme Court nominees who have received hearings, the hearing occurred 39 days after the nomination was formally submitted, according to the Congressional Research Service. Momentum appeared to be with Kavanaugh and Hardiman, though the process remained fluid.

Barrett has a thin resume as a judge but has amassed a formidable and respected body of scholarly work.

McConnell reportedly told Trump that Kavanaugh, a former assistant and staff secretary to former President George W. Bush, has an extensive paper trail that could help Democrats prolong the nomination process. She's just been a federal judge for about a year. "Like Justice Gorsuch. We hit a home run there, and we're going to hit a home run here", he said.

"Well, it's still - let's say it's the four people". Is there one of those four you could support, or do you think Democrats should unite and oppose whomever the president taps? I'll be deciding tonight or tomorrow sometime by 12 o'clock, and we're all gonna be meeting at 9 o'clock. On Monday, Barletta said in a tweet that Casey was "blinded by partisanship" to have opposed a nominee before the pick is announced.



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