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"They're not going to be able to turn around and vote for him for Supreme Court", Kang said.

One of the names on Donald Trump's Supreme Court shortlist is a 46-year-old appellate court judge, former law professor and mother of seven.

Larsen is a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, where she has been serving since November 2017. That's according to a person with knowledge of the meetings who was not authorized to speak publicly about them.

Catherine Lucey, Ken Thomas and Lisa Mascaro wrote this story, with contributions from Zeke Miller, (c) 2018 The Associated Press. CNN noted that McGahn's reassignment signals he is safe from ousting and will likely remain at the White House, while Shah may resign shortly after the process is complete.

President Trump has said that he will pick Kennedy's replacement from the list of 25 prospects that he disclosed as a candidate in 2016.

Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Arkansas, has called the President to express concerns about Judge Brett Kavanaugh, who sits on the federal appeals court and is a veteran of the Bush White House. Lee also was an assistant USA attorney in Salt Lake City and general counsel to former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, as well as serving as a lawyer in private practice. Justin Clark, director of the Office of Public Liaison, will oversee White House coordination with outside groups.

Abortion rights advocates are using the #HangersForCollins and tweeting images of coat hangers a message aimed at Maine Republican Sen. Her Catholic faith is deep and animating but, contrary to what was insinuated in a suspiciously timed news report, her participation in the ecumenical Christian community People of Praise is not so different from the lived religious experiences of millions of Americans. Lee spokesman Conn Carroll confirmed that the two spoke Monday while Lee was in Utah. There were the four interviews Monday, as well as a conversation with Republican Sen. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has conveyed his support of Judge Amy Coney Barrett.

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Not missing a chance to rib her dad, Sara, 37, also got in on the joke, commenting, "Out of the country. It's unclear exactly which day he proposed, but we imagine it was shortly before this pic was taken.

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But the Warriors obtained Kevin Durant after that loss and Golden State has gone 8-1 against the Cavs in the two NBA Finals since. The Lakers have retired 16 numbers over the course of their storied history, but luckily for James, No. 23 isn't one of them.

Republican voters are the only group in which a majority disagree with the decision - by a margin of 58% to 36%. Susan Collins in an early ad in the battle over the latest Supreme Court vacancy.

NARAL Pro-Choice America announced Tuesday that it had purchased full-page ads in four newspapers in ME as well as ad space on the publications' websites. Recognizing the stakes, many Democrats have lined up in opposition to any Trump pick, and Republicans lawmakers and activists are seeking to shape the president's decision.

"Senator, I can't await to become a Supreme Court judge and end all abortion" are words you won't hear during Senate hearings, even if they are true words. A Yale Law graduate to Gorsuch's Harvard, they served together as law clerks to retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.

Trump has explicitly vowed in the past to appoint justices who would overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark case that affirmed abortion as a constitutional right, and his nominee following Kennedy's retirement will determine the majority of the high court for decades to come.

JOHNSON: Brian Fallon, who runs Demand Justice, says women in that focus group got more involved after they understood Justice Kennedy was the swing vote on abortion rights.

The President announced over the weekend his plan to unveil the Supreme Court nominee the first Monday after the Fourth of July holiday weekend, saying "I will be making my choice for Justice of the United States Supreme Court on the first Monday after the July 4th Holiday, July 9th!"