White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany (Kayleigh McEnany) said the protesters were President TrumpDonald John Trump Trump Biden rejects Trump’s commitment to the peaceful transfer of power: “Which country are we in?” Romney: Not committed to the peaceful transition of power is “incredible and unacceptable” Two Louisville police officers were shot and killed during a Brina Taylor grand jury protest When he visited the Supreme Court on Thursday to respect justice Ruth Bud GinsbergRuth Bader Ginsburg (Ruth Bader Ginsburg) Harris and the Supreme Court’s Club for Growth face a critical moment and will spend millions of dollars for Trump’s Supreme Court nominee FEC Advertisement promoting McConnell’s campaign, suspected of accounting errors“Shocking” and “disrespectful” who died on Friday.
McKenney told reporters at a press conference in the afternoon: “These admirations are shocking, but when you are in the heart of the swamp, you can definitely expect it.”
McKennaney said she has no problem with Americans peacefully demonstrating and chanting to the president, but she said on Thursday that this is a sign of disrespect.
McKenney told reporters: “Everyone in this country has the First Amendment, but I think that when the president respects Justice Ginsburg, it is a shocking and disrespectful thing.”
Trump and the first lady Melania Trump (Melania Trump)Melania Trump Trump privately accuses blacks of lack of initiative: Report Hill’s 12:30 report: Ginsberg in peace Melania Trump: Ginsberg’s “spirit Will continue everything she inspired” more On Thursday morning, he visited the Supreme Court and watched the Ginsburg coffin, which is displayed above the court steps.
When the two people stood quietly in front of the coffin, a group of people in the court booed loudly, shouting “vote for him” and “respect her wishes”-the latter is said to obviously refer to the granddaughter Ginsburg told her Her final wish is next. The president fills the vacancy.
Trump is expected to announce his nominee on Saturday to replace Ginsberg, and Republican senators are planning to confirm Trump’s choice before the election. Previously, they refused to hold a hearing on the 2016 President Obama nominee eight months before the election.
Senate Majority Leader Mickey McConnellEdison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnell (FEC) flagged McConnell’s campaign for alleged accounting errors. Poll: 59% believe that the president elected in November should appoint the next Supreme Court justice Mark. Kelly (Mark Kelly): Arizona Senate race winner should be sworn in “immediately” More (R-Ky.) thinks the situation is different, because in this case, the Senate is controlled by the majority of the current president’s party.
McKennaney insisted on Thursday that the precedent was on the side of the White House, claiming that 29 cases had been nominated in the election year.