Trump’s 21 “Ultra-Conservative” High Court Candidates

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Now that Donald Trump is the nation's 45th president-elect, a list of what he called "ultra-conservative" constitutionalists will be considered to replace the late Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court, reports the New York Daily News.  In September, before his first presidential debate against Hillary Clinton, Trump revealed a second list of potential court candidates. It followed in the footsteps . . .

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