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By Susan Jones, CNSNews, July 2, 2018
(CNSNews.com) – Presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway said she guarantees that Donald Trump’s next Supreme Court pick “will be somebody who has fidelity to the Constitution” and “doesn’t make up the law as they go along — in fact, doesn’t make up the law at all.”
She pointed to President Trump’s weekend interview with Fox News’s Maria Bartiromo, where Trump “made it very clear” he will not ask nominees “specific questions” about controversial cases such as Roe v. Wade.
The president made very clear in the interview this weekend on Fox News that he’s not asking people specific questions on cases. This president wants somebody who has great experience, deep intellect, wonderful judicial credentials, but I am just amazed how, yet again, the left boils every single thing, including a Supreme Court justice down to one issue, abortion…The Supreme Court takes on any number of cases, and I think this is why you see a Democrat totally beholden to the abortion issue almost to the exclusion of everything else.
Is this why have you Democratic senators already who have said there is absolutely no one that this president can nominate to the supreme court that they will even meet with, that they will even consider voting for? How in the world can you say that when you don’t even know the person’s name?
Host Steve Doocy noted that liberal activists want to keep the court at 4 liberals and 4 conservatives, with no swing vote:
“Well, that’s too bad, Conway responded. “They should have elected their person president, I suppose.”
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) is among those sounding alarms about President Trump’s nominee — whoever it may be. She has portrayed it as a choice about “whether we are going to criminalize women, whether we are going to be arresting women for making decisions about their bodies.”
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) told “Fox News Sunday,” “The basic issue at hand here is whether or not a woman has the power to make decisions, the freedom to make decisions regarding her own body and her own life. That is the fundamental issue here, and when you start denying that to women across America, those are fighting words because these women believe that they have to make this decision, they have the right to make this decision. Those on the other side disagree. It gets down to that fundamental principle.”