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Trump Nominates Ten Conservatives to be Federal Judges

President Donald Trump unveiled a slate of ten judicial nominees to the federal courts on Monday who are mainstream conservatives, taking the next step to fulfill his campaign promise after his successful appointment of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

Trump Highlights 100 Days Accomplishments at Pennsylvania Rally

HARRISBURG, PA — President Donald Trump left the Washington, D.C. beltway, coming full circle to Pennsylvania Saturday with a list of accomplishments in his first 100 days in office, comparing those to the promises he mapped out in his Gettysburg campaign speech, “Contract for the American Voter.”

Joy Reid: Gorsuch’s Seat ‘Stolen’

During Saturday’s “AM Joy” on MSNBC, host Joy Reid teased the show’s next segment dealing with Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation to the Supreme Court earlier in the week, which she called a “stolen” seat. “Up next, the stolen seat. Republicans used

Jason Johnson: GOP’s Behavior on SCOTUS ‘Anti-American’

In a Saturday debate about Justice Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation, TheRoot.com Politics Editor Jason Johnson said on MSNBC’s “AM Joy” that the GOP’s “horrible behavior” was not only “anti-democratic,” but also “anti-American.” “We can’t excuse the horrible behavior, the anti-democratic, the anti-American

Left Accuses Gorsuch of Plagiarism

Democrats are launching a last-minute attack against Judge Neil Gorsuch that some say smacks of desperation, latching onto a leftwing publication accusing this Harvard- and Oxford-educated scholar of plagiarism.

Sen. Collins Leaning Toward Constitutional Option

WASHINGTON—Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) signaled she might vote for the constitutional option to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, which would make her the second member of the Gang of 14 to do so, and move Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) one vote closer to the 50 that he needs to make it happen.

Chuck Schumer Has Enough Democrats to Filibuster Neil Gorsuch

Monday it became official that Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has the necessary 41 senators publicly committed to filibuster Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court, meaning that now the future of the nation’s highest court hangs on Republicans getting 50 votes for the constitutional option.