Trump interviews four supreme court candidates in rush to name replacement

Collins speaks at the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce's Quarterly Business Breakfast in Rockport Maine U.S

Sen. Cantwell weighs in on SCOTUS pick

Meanwhile, pro-choice Americans have begun sending coat hangers in bulk to Collins's offices-a grim reminder of one method women used to perform risky, illegal abortions before the Supreme Court passed Roe vs. Wade in 1973.

Indian American judge Amul Thapar was among four candidates President Donald Trump interviewed on Monday for a vacancy in the US Supreme Court. The 1973 ruling legalized abortion across America. With McCain possibly not able to vote, Trump would need the support of Democrats to win confirmation.

While over 60 percent of both Republicans and Democrats indicated President Trump's nominee would an important factor in their midterm votes, less than half of independents said they'd be thinking about the nominee while casting their ballots.

He has said he wants to move quickly and he will choose from a 25-person list of contenders compiled for him by White House lawyers and conservative legal activists in Washington.

"I take the president at his word", said Daniel Goldberg, legal director for Alliance For Justice, a liberal legal advocacy group that has researched Trump's judicial nominees.

Democratic politicians and liberal groups have said they assume that all those on Trump's list of potential candidates would overturn Roe v. Wade, given that Trump has said he will only consider such candidates.


Trump is expected to announce his pick from the list, which now comprises over 25 judges from across the country, on July 9. Trump, however, repeatedly lead chants of "Lock Her Up!' when facing his presidential opponent during the 2016 election and could see such an insult from over two decades ago as a net-plus".

"And those areas include the Second Amendment, affirmative action, separation of church and state, and I think the next nominee, whoever he or she may be, is going to bring some clarity to those issues". "I also suggested that he broaden his search". They were the only Democrats to do so.

Voters overwhelmingly agree with the Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Monday. His departure likely gives the court a conservative majority.

Sunday morning on Meet the Press, Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) said this will be a key vote for everyone in the Senate. Funny, GOP leaders have insisted all these years that abolishing Roe is what most Americans want. "It's the cases the swing, '" Walker said.

"I'm going to have an in-depth discussion with the nominee and I believe very much that Roe v. Wade is settled law, as it has been described by Chief Justice Roberts".

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