Published: Mon, July 09, 2018
Global Media | By Jackie Banks

The Trump 25: Life on Trump's list is complex, jolting

The Trump 25: Life on Trump's list is complex, jolting

Trump is preparing to announce his nominee on Monday night to fill the vacancy created by Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement.

Whoever is picked is likely to be more conservative than the man being replaced, Justice Anthony Kennedy.

The confirmation process promises to be a fight. Demand Justice, a new group helping coordinate liberal opposition to the pick, has started airing ads in ME and Alaska, part of $5 million it plans to spend nationally during the campaign.

"She would be an excellent selection for the president". In November, voters will decide on a proposed constitutional amendment aimed at precluding arguments for access to abortion under the state constitution, should the Supreme Court ever send the question of abortion back to the states. Hardiman has some notable opinions in his 11 years on the appeals court that could appeal to Trump, including upholding strip searches of jail inmates, even those arrested on minor charges, backing collection of genetic evidence from people at the time of their arrest, and dissenting from a ruling that upheld gun regulations in New Jersey.

But Democrats killed his nomination. Why?

"Past Republican presidents have repeatedly nominated justices who failed to live up to the principles they were selected to represent", Cruz wrote.

He cited former justices William Brennan, John Paul Stevens and Harry Blackmun, who authored the Roe v. Wade decision that established a woman's right to abortion. "These mistakes haunt the legacies of presidents, a specter they can never shake".

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Winnie Wong, political adviser of Women's March, said her liberal activist group is planning marches, rallies and "massive civil disobedience" and said Schumer should press all Democrats to oppose Trump's nominee. And he's consulting with the vice president and others as he zeroes in on a nominee. "It's a risk, when what a president really needs is a sure thing".

Among institutionalists, in turn, we should prefer someone who is primarily a judicial conservative over a social conservative.

Citing unnamed sources, Fox News said the president has met with the six candidates, with some being interviewed a few times.

The President conducted interviews on Monday and Tuesday and has spoken to seven possible candidates.

In Tyler v. Hillsdale County Sheriff's Dept., all 15 judges of Kethledge's court reheard an earlier panel decision and ruled 9-6 in favor of Clifford Tyler, a MI man a magistrate sent for a brief stay at a mental health facility after his children found him distraught on learning his wife of 23 years had run off with another man - and his life savings - and called the police, fearing their father might harm himself.

Since joining the Senate in 2011, Lee has served on the Senate Judiciary Committee where he's championed judicial restraint and the rule of law. Last year, Sens. Joe Donnelly of Indiana, Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, and Joe Manchin of West Virginia were the only three Democrats to break from their party and vote to confirm Trump nominee Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court. Mike Lee, a Republican, through Fox said the discussion was not a formal interview. "And even with Republicans' slim majority, senators on both sides of the aisle would have little trouble giving their advice and consent to a nominee they have served alongside for years". "We can go through the fact that uh he's made some statements that some have identified correctly as religiously intolerant".

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