President Donald Trump, considers his two Supreme Court appointments as a part of his greatest achievements, on Wednesday. He aims to reiterate a master plan by appealing among old fashion voters. He released a new list of 20 prospective nominees to the court in order to renew an issue that played a vital role in his victory four years ago since he is currently facing a challenging re-election fight.
The Repeat of the Master Plan
In 2016, identical lists backed President Donald Trump to convince old fashioned voters to boost his candidacy. As a result of the sudden demise of Justice Antonio Scalia in February that had opened a long-standing vacancy. The new list consists of three conservative senators: Ted Cruz of Texas, Tom Cotton of Arkansas, and Josh Hawley of Missouri.
People who worked under Trump’s Administration Joins the List
The all-new list consists of a number of people who have worked under Donald Trump’s administration like Gregory Katsas, Trump nominated him to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. The former solicitor general of the United States, Noel J. Francisco also made it to the list. Daniel Cameron, the Kentucky Attorney General, also joins the list.
Federal Court Judges Made it to the List
Donald Trump also included quite a few numbers of federal court judges like Bridget Shelton Bade and Lawrence J.C VanDyke of the Ninth Circuit, in San Francisco, Stuart Kyle Duncan and James C. Ho of the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans. Alison Jones Rushing of the Fourth Circuit in Richmond Vancouver. Gregory G.Katsas of the District of Columbia Circuit. Barbara Lagoa of the Eleventh Circuit and last but not the least Peter J. Philips of the Third Circuit.
Trump Has Already Started Changing the Federal Bench
Donald Trump has modified the federal bench for a new generation, as a result, the Republican Senate finalizes more than 200 of his judicial nominees. The high court is right now split into 5-4 among conservatives and liberals. Meanwhile, there is no vacancy on the court at the moment. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 87, is undergoing treatment for cancer, and the other 3 members of the court are in their 70s and 80s.