President Trump is expected to announce his nomination for the open supreme court seat on Monday. Foreseeing inevitable news break-ins to offer coverage and analysis, broadcasters are rejiggering their primetime lineups so as to keep too much fresh summer fare from being preempted.
President Donald Trump wants everyone to tune in on Monday for his big SCOTUS reveal.
The source told Reuters that Amy Coney Barrett of IN, a Trump-appointed judge on the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, was still IN contention but that the Republican president had been asking more questions about the other two, who have more extensive judicial records. The three others were justices Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett and Raymond Kethledge.
Thapar was on the shortlist of candidates after judge Antonin Scalia died in 2016. The US President, according to the White House, has interviewed seven candidates from his master list of 25 judges.
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He said relations between the USA and North Korea have "dramatically shifted" in North Korea's favor over the past few months. North Korea could also deliver the remains of some American soldiers killed in the 1950-53 Korean War.
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Aside from HDR support that would of course require compatible hardware, there are no other new features in the Ultra plan. Now this plan has not officially launched yet, but Netflix is currently testing it as an option for some subscribers.
Dead woman found breathing in South African morgue
In January an inmate at a jail in Spain's Asturias region regained consciousness hours before an autopsy was due to be performed. Naturally, shock and horror set in once the technicians at the morgue saw the woman very much alive in the mortuary fridge.
Campus Reform Media Director Cabot Phillips, who interviewed the students, said Sunday on "Fox & Friends" that many people seek to quickly show their hatred for President Trump the moment they hear his name.
Kavanaugh is said to have the inside track within the White House, including the support of White House Counsel Don McGahn, who's supervising the search.
This will be 6.30 am - Tuesday - local India time on July 10. I think they're all outstanding. "And I think we can take this call to action to the American people, take our case to them".
While the U.S. Senate once required a 60-vote supermajority to overcome blocking tactics against Supreme Court nominees, the Republican majority changed the rules past year during the debate on Justice Neil Gorsuch. Those are very terrific people.
In his conversations over the weekend, Trump expressed renewed interest in Hardiman - the runner-up when Trump nominated Gorsuch, said two people with knowledge of his thinking who were not authorized to speak publicly. "The whole list is extraordinary", he said.