When President Trump appeared on Fox News Radio’s “Brian Kilmead Performance” on Thursday, he praised the Supreme Circuit Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Amy Kony Barrett, the possible Supreme Court The draft pick, although he said he has not yet decided on selection and selection. He said he was considering five women in the seat opened by the death of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Trump said he will announce the draft pick at 5 pm on Saturday. He had previously stated that he would wait until then to respect his respect to Ginsburg. The commemorative event in Kingsburg will take place this week. Trump said on Thursday that after his appearance in Kilmeade̵
In response to a question from Kilmead, Trump said: “I don’t want to say who it is, you don’t know it is her.” She asked Barrett what he would need to be his nominee. “She is an incredible person, an incredible person, brilliant, and everything else.”
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Trump said of his final nominee: “This is a woman.” “I have five women and I am very concerned… I think I have a woman and I like them all. I mean, honestly. Say, I can put any of the five women in it. Genius.”
Trump will not promise to meet with Judge Barbara Lagoa of the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, another shortlisted candidate. It is said that the Fourth Circuit Judge Alison Jones Racine and the Sixth Circuit Judge Joan Larson were also considered.
The president also reacted to the fact that many Senate Republicans came out to express support for Trump’s name in the presidential election. The Republicans (GOP) seem to have the right to vote to get Trump nominees to cross the finish line-despite many obstacles, there are still obstacles in the confirmation process.
On Wednesday, Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska was one of two Senate Republicans, and Senator Susan Collins of Maine stated that they opposed the pre-election The relocation of the nominee softened her position-that she had not promised to vote on the nominee if she finally had the right to vote before the election. This may further make the confirmation mathematics beneficial to Republicans.
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Speaking of the Senate’s confirmation of his yet-to-be-nominated nominee, Trump said: “The Republicans are extremely united, and I think it will be very, very fast.” “It is difficult to vote against this person.”
The Democrats accused the Republicans of acting hypocritically because he selected a candidate so close to the Supreme Court candidate when he was so close to the election. Prior to this, he even rejected the then President Obama Supreme Court candidate Merrick in 2016. Garland holds a hearing. The situation for Republicans is different this time, because the majority of the Republican Senate was elected as a bastion for Obama in 2014 and elected to support Trump in 2018.
The Senate considered the Supreme Court nomination for the last time in the 1940 presidential election year, when the party voted to confirm Justice Frank Murphy in January of that year. It also confirmed the justices in February 1932 and January 1916.
Chad Pergram of Fox News contributed to this report.