Trump's Supreme Court Nomination to Preempt TV Programming

Who Will Trump Nominate for the Supreme Court? Here are a Few Options

Trump's Supreme Court Nomination to Preempt TV Programming

Claire McCaskill (D) is already one of the most vulnerable lawmakers up for re-election in November - President Trump won her state by 19 points in 2016 - and the looming Supreme Court vote is playing right into her Republican opponent's hand, Politico reports.

President Donald Trump wants everyone to tune in on Monday for his big SCOTUS reveal.

Leo has the powerful track record of helping to pick and confirm three of the court's conservative justices, John Roberts, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch. "If you're a conservative Republican, the four people named, particularly Thomas Hardiman, I'm glad he's on the list, are all winners, and every Republican should embrace these picks".

While it is still very early, McCaskill has the slightest edge over Hawley in RealClearPolitics' average, 45 percent to 43.3 percent.

Trump told reporters in New Jersey, where the president spent the weekend, that he expects to make a decision either Sunday night or by noon on Monday.

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Trump urged ICE agents to "not worry or lose your spirit", adding: "The radical left Dems want you out". The White House tweeted at Democratic Sens.

Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham of SC and Roy Blunt of Missouri said Sunday that they believe any of the top four contenders could get confirmed by the GOP-majority Senate. I've argued cases before the Supreme Court for them. "And I believe this person will do a great job", Trump said, according to ABC News. "I've never seen a president of the United States in effect make himself a puppet of outside groups and choose from a group of right-wing fringe ideologues that are prepared on this list".

"Nobody really knows", Leo said on ABC's "This Week". All but one of the 25 people on the list are members of The Federalist Society, a national organization of conservative lawyers, and there's a clear pattern to judicial nominees being fed by the group: They are young, conservative and have records of being very opposed to abortion rights.

"This next nomination will be the swing vote to overturn Roe v Wade and equally important to eviscerate the protections of millions of Americans who suffer from existing conditions and other healthcare rights along with workers' rights, gay rights, voting rights".

Ilyse Hogue, president of the pro-abortion organization Naral, told Fox News Sunday that Trump had changed the rules of the game.

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