With little more than a week before President Donald Trump announces his nominee to the highest court in the land, Trump sought to downplay some of his past comments about making opposition to legalized abortion a litmus test for his Supreme Court nominees.
Another big decision facing President Trump is a nominee for the soon-to-be vacant spot on the U.S. Supreme Court.
The 81-year-old justice was appointed in 1988 by then-president Ronald Reagan.
Trump is at his Bedminster, New Jersey, private golf club. "And I see it, and you see it so vividly over the last two days because, I mean, those decisions would have all gone the other way" if Democrats had won the presidential election. The president has already said he intends to install a conservative justice in his place. "And probably not. They're all saying, 'Don't do that, you don't do that, you shouldn't do that, ' but I'm putting conservative people on".
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"That's not a question I'll be asking them", he said.
Senator Mitch McConnell, Republican of Kentucky and the majority leader, described a similar timeline on Friday in an interview with Fox News.
"I'm very proud of Neil Gorsuch", Trump continued. His opinions are so well-written and so brilliant.
Mr. Trump is beginning to interview candidates to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy, and conferred over the weekend with White House Counsel Don McGahn about the selection process. You know, ICE, these are the guys that go in and take MS-13 and take them out because they are much tougher than MS-13, like by a factor of 10.and these are the ones.