POLL: Are you pleased with President Trump’s Supreme Court Justice nominee?
Monday evening the suspense was over, as President Trump announced his decision on who he would select to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court – Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
The left vowed to protest and reject any nominee the president would choose, and as soon as he announced his choice of Judge Kavanaugh, the demonstrations began in earnest, as protesters held a huge rally outside the Supreme Court building Monday night.
Tuesday morning, Fox News legal analyst Judge Andrew Napalitano said he was disappointed with Trump’s choice. “This person is at the heart and soul of the D.C. establishment against whom the president railed,” he said.
Others have argued that Kavanaugh was the absolute best choice President Trump could have made, and said he is the most likely to be confirmed.
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