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Brett Kavanaugh: 5 Things On Trump’s Supreme Court Justice Nominee
10 July 2018, 09:13 | Devin Moran
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"You can't go wrong".
"Judge Kavanaugh has impeccable credentials, unsurpassed qualifications and a proven commitment to equal justice under the law", Trump said Monday.
Trump last week spoke with seven candidates, all drawn from a shortlist compiled by the conservative Federalist Society, about the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court could be called upon to weigh in on these matters.
"I am concerned that he's making it like a game show", Sen. And the Senate's top Democrat said the nomination puts abortion rights and health care protections for women "on the judicial chopping block". "I am thinking about this person". He is an evangelical Christian whose book Lead Yourself First uses President Dwight Eisenhower, primatologist Jane Goodall, Winston Churchill, Martin Luther King Jr. and others as examples of "leaders who have used solitude to function more effectively". Scientists say they contribute to climate change.
In Poland, another ruler of authoritarian bent, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of the Leaw and Justice Party, has launched a frontal assault on that nation's Supreme Appellate Court.
With President Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, all eyes are now on the Senate, where a fierce confirmation battle awaits. More than three dozen former Kavanaugh law clerks also have gone on to work for every justice, except Ginsburg. Feinstein is the ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee.
Barrett has been somewhat dismissive of the notion of following Supreme Court precedents, the doctrine known as stare decisis. "Trump did not move too fast in naming a nominee", said Trevor Burrus, a research fellow at the Cato Institute's Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, who once held a court seat open for almost a year before the 2016 election to keep former President Barack Obama from filling it, lambasted Democrats for announcing their opposition before Trump had decided on a nominee.
And Hardiman's working-class roots - his time driving a taxi during his days as a law student at Georgetown University - have been cited as an attribute inside the White House, along with his conservative rulings.
The other moderate Republican, Sen.
Barrett of IN, 46, serves on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit. After earning undergraduate and law degrees at Yale, he was a Kennedy law clerk in the early 1990s before joining independent counsel Kenneth Starr's team, where Kavanaugh co-wrote the report that served as the basis for President Bill Clinton's impeachment. If Kavanaugh were confirmed as a Supreme Court justice and the hydrofluorocarbon case came to the court, he would be recused.
One of the key issues in the case was whether EPA was required to consider the costs imposed by the rule. He has been a judge on the federal appeals court in Washington since 2006.
He has since written on presidential power, including that the president should be exempt from lawsuits or investigations that are "time-consuming and distracting", since they'd "ill serve the public interest, especially in times of financial or national security crisis".
"Trump will not be president", former President Obama said. He urged Democrats to support Kavanaugh so that he "could be confirmed with the ninetysomething Senate votes he deserves, rather than the fiftysomething votes he is likely to get". And that is a big if.
The Democrats are now pressuring Republicans who support access to abortion services to oppose the nomination.
"I'm open to voting yes. We all know that there are going to be senators asking tough questions, they're going to push", he said. Doug Jones, D-Ala. said in a Sunday interview on CNN'sState of the Union.
He said Kavanaugh is considered "a brilliant judicial mind" and his selection was the result of a process set by "the most transparent president in history". Senate Republicans hold only a 51-49 majority, leaving them hardly any margin if Democrats hold the line.
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