But, The Supreme Court, But Hillary, two of the battle cries from the trump loyalists attempting to sway non supporters. It obviously worked, but what will Donald Trump actually do?
To know more about many of the potential candidates of whom he may choose, follow the link below it is relevant to the issue but the thrust of this article is not about them, but the person choosing and his reasoning.
We have all seen how president-elect Trump flipped and flopped during the campaign, will he do so again? We believe Ted Cruz got on board the Trump Train to help influence whom Trump actually chooses for the Supreme Court, could it help?
The past has shown us how a president’s choice may not end up the way people thought it would. Their ideology may move a bit to the left or right; this makes a pick even more difficult and important.
Why is the Supreme Court such a big issue? This country is more divided than ever in our history and getting legislation through may require a few legal battles, such as Obamacare. How the Supreme Court handles these issues could change this country for generations, if not forever.
Donald Trump, businessman, billionaire, and suddenly the savior of the right. He now possesses more power than anyone in the world. Does that scare you? Maybe it should. How do we read the mind of a man who has been a Democrat, an Independent, and now, Republican? He is not even a real republican but a national populist. What could go wrong?
The potential nominees all have sterling judicial conservative credentials. But the current list represents something else — a nod to judges from “flyover” states, an appreciation for non-Ivy League schools and even a dash of political experience. Many on Trump’s list wore different hats before donning their judicial robes. And some have personal stories that could attract the President-elect.