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Trump adviser dodges Roe v. Wade question on Supreme Court pick

Trump adviser dodges Roe v. Wade question on Supreme Court pick

In the course of the 2016 election, Trump made changing the face of the USA supreme court a key campaign pledge that was instrumental in firing up his base of right-wing conservative voters.

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

"Other people, I think they just want to go along with the flow and make themselves sound intelligent and smart", he said.

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

Leonard Leo said two names on the president's short list to succeed retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy - Raymond Kethledge and Thomas Hardiman - had less-established conservative records, making it harder to line up support should they be selected.

President Trump has said he'll name a candidate on July 9, but many students criticized the nonexistent nominee when asked for their opinion, Phillips reported.

Kavanaugh is said to have the inside track within the White House, including the support of White House Counsel Don McGahn, who's supervising the search.

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Leo said that it was impossible to predict the positions of any of the leading candidates for the seat on abortion.

Trump during his campaign in 2016 said he would appoint justices who would overturn the landmark 1973 decision that said women have a constitutional right to an abortion. I've argued cases before the Supreme Court for them.

"I'll have a decision made in my mind by Sunday".

"If we put another two or perhaps three justices on". He was confirmed by the Senate 52-44.

Kavanaugh, 53, was picked by former President George W. Bush to serve on the influential Washington-based appeals court in 2003.

"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". Eastern. The president is spending the weekend at his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey, where he's continuing to mull his choices for a second appointment to the nation's top court.