Sen Claims Dems Would Block George Washington for Supreme Court
10 Juillet, 2018, 01:34 | Auteur: Yves Courtet
Casey supported Hardiman's appointment to the Third Circuit in 2007, saying he was well qualified to serve on that court.
Trump planned to announce his pick tonight. Both are conservative jurists in the mold of Trump's previous Supreme Court pick, Gorsuch.
More than the other potential nominees, Hardiman has a strong record in favor of gun rights. When the court he serves on upheld a New Jersey law requiring a gun owner to obtain a permit to carry a gun in public places and to show that he has "a justifiable need" to carry the gun, Hardiman dissented, chastising the majority for upholding a law that dates to 1966 (and arguably 1924) as insufficiently long-standing.
"It's an historic decision". But Senate Democrats held up his confirmation for three years, accusing him of being a Bush political operative. "They're good judges. I think they'd be fine justices of the Supreme Court", Blunt said.
The rollout will be modeled on the seamless presentation in January 2017 of the President's first Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, in what was undeniably one of his most successful and most well-managed moments as President. He is 51, and among all the reported short-listers, he is the only non-Catholic.
Kethledge, a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, is a former Kennedy clerk and a former in-house lawyer at Ford Motor Co.
Kavanaugh is a former clerk to Anthony Kennedy, and was the principle author of the Ken Starr report on Bill Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky.
Of those, the shortlist is understood to have boiled down to four judges from various United States courts of appeal - Amy Barrett, Thomas Hardiman, Brett Kavanaugh and Raymond Kethledge.
"The four people - they're excellent, every one", Trump told reporters yesterday en route to the White House from his Bedminster, N.J., estate, where playmaking by lawmakers, conservative advocates and others reached a fever pitch over the weekend. At her recent confirmation hearing, however, she said it was never permissible for judges to "follow their personal convictions in deciding a case". While that argument won't sway Republicans, their strategy could stiffen Democratic resolve to oppose the nominee. Dianne Feinstein said that religious "dogma" lived loudly in her.
They are calling on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to wait until after the November election to schedule a hearing and vote. The President's hardline policy approach means the issue could well end up before the court soon.
"We are close to making a decision", Trump said on July 8.
For now, Democrats are piling pressure on Republican Sen.
"If you look at what the president said, which is he will nominate someone only if that person is committed to automatically overturn Roe v. Wade", Sen. Alaska GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski is in the spotlight for similar reasons. Trump pledged in 2016 that he would be "putting pro-life justices on the court". We don't know who the nominee is going to be yet", Jones told CNN's Dana Bash on "State of the Union. I do think the president has to think about who is the easiest to get confirmed here.
Trump is said to have apparently lost interest in Kethledge.
It is not exaggeration to say that the prospect of tipping the balance of the Supreme Court was the reason why evangelical conservative voters, who had plenty of reason to worry about Trump's character, chose to stick with him during the 2016 election campaign.
"Remember, the President ran on the Supreme Court issue and that greatly enthused voters", Leonard Leo, who is now on leave from the Federalist Society, where he helped craft Trump's list of candidates, said on ABC's "This Week" Sunday.
Reuters quoted student Artyom Osadchy as saying: "It was a great match". "You saw who took the penalties". There was not a single national team in the World Cup that had the complete trust of their country.
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J'ai communiqué avec lui directement, a indiqué, dimanche, Guillaume François, président de la commission taurine montoise. Malgré son état de santé, il a déclaré à la presse qu'il ne voyait pas pourquoi il ne s'y rendrait pas.
Davis's resignation shattered a fragile peace in May's government, which is split between supporters of "hard" and "soft" Brexit. Mr Davis was praised last night by Tory MPs including Jacob Rees-Mogg, who said he would oppose Mrs May's Brexit proposals.
KCNA said Pyongyang had offered to discuss declaring a formal end to the war to mark next month's anniversary of the armistice. It said the USA side had shown little interest, giving "certain conditions and excuses".
Touting Wheeler as "the flawless choice to serve as acting administrator", Inhofe notes that the two worked together for 14 years. While Wheeler did not lobby the EPA while he was under consideration for a job at the agency, his lobbying firm's colleagues did.
Narongsak said rescuers had to tighten a guide rope as part of their preparations for the second phase of the rescue on Monday. Monsoon flooding prevented the group from escaping and from allowing rescuers to find them right away.
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Barry served alongside Hardiman as a federal appeals judge on the 3rd Circuit before stepping down previous year . But Senate Democrats held up his confirmation for three years, accusing him of being a Bush political operative.
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