"Those types of cases will continue to come up - freedom of religion of one hand and newly expanded rights to sexual expression on the other", Beckwith said.
"I think I have it down to four people, and I think of the four people, I have it down to three or two. And I think of the four people I have it down to three or two", Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One. "There's an easy linkage for these two issues", and that, she says, will motivate swing voters and the base: women, baby boomers who don't want to lose their health benefits, and Millennials who thought reproductive rights were resolved. But I have it down to four. "We'll announce it on Monday".
In contrast to the admittedly narrow criticisms of Kethledge and Kavanaugh, Christian conservatives are nearly uniformly backing Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a U.S. Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. And Kavanaugh also worked on "The Starr Report", which outlined the grounds for President Bill Clinton's impeachment.
On July 1, Trump said he narrowed the search to five candidates from a list of 25, which was vetted by the conservative Heritage Foundation and the Federalist Society. "I doubt it. Unlikely".
Working closely with a White House team and consulting with lawmakers and outside advisers, President Trump has spent the week deliberating on the choice. "Was it?" Trump, relishing the moment, asked just seconds after ushering Gorsuch in front of a cheering crowd assembled at the White House. McConnell has effectively 50 votes, a bare majority, not the 52 he had in the beginning of the Trump presidency.
Even as the focus narrowed Thursday to the three apparent finalists from Trump's list of 25, one source said the possibility of a wild-card nominee can not be discounted.
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The resignation Thursday of Scott Pruitt, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, after months of scrutiny over ethics issues added some uncertainty to Trump's timeline for a Supreme Court decision.
Trump said he is announcing his nomination on Monday.
Trump, however, maintained Thursday that Monday remains his chosen date for an announcement.
"We're going to go over the Supreme Court and some other things that we're working on", Trump told reporters en route to Montana, according to pool reports. Joe Biden (D-DE) in 1992 under which the Senate would refuse to confirm new Supreme Court appointments in a presidential election year.
Trump nominated Barrett, of IN, to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit IN May 2017.
Paul also describes Barrett as conservative.
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"The dogma lives loudly within you", Sen.
She said the groups were "calling for a higher standard".
"There are certainly reasons why the president might prefer Barrett over perhaps the others". Kethledge and Kavanaugh both served as clerks for Kennedy. Rand Paul about the process.
Kethledge, 51, was appointed to his current post by Republican former President George W. Bush and was confirmed by the Senate in 2008. However, last fall during her confirmation hearing to become an appellate court judge, the Democrats grilled Barrett about her strong Roman Catholic faith and the potential for it to conflict with her work as a judge.
President TrumpDonald John TrumpEx-CIA chief Brennan compares Trump to Bernie Madoff Timeline: The controversies of Scott Pruitt Warren: Trump should have fired Pruitt "28 scandals ago" MORE pledged Friday that his upcoming Supreme Court pick would "reject judicial activism" and avoid making policy from the bench in his weekly video address to the nation. He was considered for the last Supreme Court vacancy, but didn't meet with Trump then.
But while she has said that some cases like Roe v. Wade need not stand as precedents if a future court deems it to be wrongly decided, she has generally suggested that Roe v. Wade is in fact settled law. Chicago time - though it is also possible he teases it earlier with a tweet. "Judge Kethledge has a history of opposing women's reproductive freedom", he wrote.
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