Trump says he’ll announce Supreme Court pick July 9

Trump says he’ll announce Supreme Court pick July 9

Trump says he’ll announce Supreme Court pick July 9

President Trump said he is interviewing six or seven people and plans to announce his choice to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on July 9. "He and I don't see eye to eye on every issue", Lee told Fox News Thursday, but "he and I see eye-to-eye on most things when it comes to the Supreme Court".

Kennedy's departure will usher in a fight for the future of the Supreme Court that many social and religious conservatives anticipated and hoped for during the 2016 campaign.

"In cases like Planned Parenthood v. Casey, he did not address the most critical issues and allowed for a swamp of mismatched abortion laws that permit the abortion industry to continue to operate in ways that harm women as well as preborn children", Ms. Hawkins said in a statement.

While Trump did not make rolling back abortion rights a central plank of his campaign, numerous conservative rank and file want Roe v. Wade overturned and Trump promised to put anti-abortion justices on the Supreme Court.

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Whoever the new justice is will pick up where Kennedy left off nearly surely will cast a more conservative vote next term.

The Supreme Court job is for life.

Brett Kavanaugh, 53, with the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. But he barreled forward as he engaged Mr. Trump in a discussion about what he should say to his constituents in New Jersey about the Trump administration's immigration policies that have led to migrant families being separated at the southwestern border.

At a rally in front of the court Thursday, speaker after speaker pointed to abortion as a way to rally opposition to the eventual nominee, who Trump has said will come from among 25 people he previously identified as candidates.

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Leo said Trump was "committed to a full-throttle process" that includes meeting with several top contenders.

"I don't know how I'm going to do this", the operator said with a heavy sigh. Trump welcomed Republicans Chuck Grassley, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski and Democrats Joe Manchin, Joe Donnelly and Heidi Heitkamp as part of the effort.

A sign that the White House is also focusing on these Democrats: Sen. And outside supporters have already begun a public advocacy campaign, focusing their pressure on Democratic senators in states that supported Trump.

Nominated by former President Ronald Reagan in 1987 and confirmed the following year, Kennedy has been considered a moderate who occasionally sided with the liberal bloc, including in 2015 when he wrote the majority opinion in favor of marriage equality in the landmark Obergefell v. Hodges case.

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Trump told reporters Friday he would not ask potential nominees their views on abortion rights and Roe v. Wade.

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