Trump said while running for president that he would nominate "pro-life" justices to the Court, but it's not exactly clear how pro-life they have to be.
"There is a fundamental problem there, and that is that Republicans have 51 seats in the Senate and they need 51 votes to confirm the new justice, so unless Democrats can convince their entire party to oppose the nomination - and persuade a number of Republicans over to their side - they are sh- out of luck", Oliver explained.
Pro-abortion rights activists are reportedly sending Republican Sen. Given the reported options Mr. Trump is now considering, the answer is obvious: Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Australia-Philippines erupts in all-out brawl
Senators stand by Gilas Pilipinas after a brawl with Australia during a FIBA qualifier match on July 2. Following the game, both teams did not hold a postgame press conference as deemed necessary by FIBA.
Sanders added, asked whether Trump believed Roe to be "settled law:" "The President is not going to get into asking the candidates about specific cases, but he's looking for somebody that meets those qualifications that I just outlined". All of three Collins confirmed have been consistent votes in support of increasing abortion restrictions that are on the verge in some states of - in fact, if not in law - eliminating legal abortions. But he told reporters on Friday that he would not question potential high-court nominees about their views on abortion, saying it was "inappropriate to discuss". Wade. Those words: Samuel Alito, John Roberts, Neil Gorsuch. Nevertheless, Murkowski did vote for Justice Gorsuch a year ago. "Everything is bad now", he said, noting that barring a major screw up from Trump, "the only thing everyone can do now is vote". His departure likely gives the court a conservative majority.
However, other factors are also at play, such as immigration, the powers of the president and any possible litigation involving the 2016 election of Trump and the alleged Russian interference.
Senegal commitment explains fair play exit, says Cisse
That means all five African teams - Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt, Senegal and Nigeria - have been knocked out of the group stages. Federation Internationale de Football Association added fair play record as an additional tiebreaker in October 2016.
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It was a fantastic save from El Hadary, who at the age of 45, makes his finals debut in Volgograd. Saudi Arabia were thumped 5-0 by Russian Federation and then lost 1-0 to an unconvincing Uruguay.
Ronaldo can't beat Uruguay on his own, warns Portugal coach
Only one can advance, and Portugal needs to play better than it did in tying Spain and Iran. "That is an additional factor. Jose Gimenez could return for Uruguay after he missed the final group game against Russian Federation with a back injury.
Tesla sues ex-employee alleging data theft, leaks to media
Tesla was selling solar through 800 Home Depots, but now it will sell SolarCity products through 90 of its 109 US retail stores. Last week, the company ended its retail partnership with Home Depot (NYSE:HD) and will no longer sell SolarCity products there.
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He also noted that "the relationship between parent and child  is constitutionally protected and well established". The spokesperson added, "Without this action by Congress, lawlessness at the border will continue".
Woman's selfies capture moving lump on face: a parasite
Fortunately, the worm is not found in the USA however there are other creepy crawlies lurking about to be concerned about. But humans can become accidental hosts of the thread-like worm - meaning the worm doesn't intend to infect a human.
Lakers have 'inside track' to signing LeBron James
James is a 14-time All-Star, a 14-time All-NBA selection, six-time All-Defense selection, a four-time MVP and three-time champion. James is also being pursued by the Lakers, who have enough salary-cap space to sign him and another star player.