Trump told a North Carolina rally on Saturday night that he intended to nominate a woman after Ginsburg, who died Friday after battling pancreatic cancer at the age of 87.
“It’s a woman – a very talented, very intelligent woman,” Trump said of his possible choice. “I think it has to be a woman. I like women more than I like men.”
“It’s a woman – a very talented, very intelligent woman. I think it has to be a woman.”
Barrett, 48, a Chicago-based U.S. Court of Appeals judge for the seventh round, is a conservative, pro-life activist. Roman Catholic He wrote after graduating from the late Judge Antonin Scalia Law School.
New Orleans native Trump was nominated for the seventh round in 2017. He taught law at the University of Notre Dame for 15 years, but had no other legal background, the Washington Post reported.
He believes in the originality of the idea that judges should interpret the Constitution as intended by the founding fathers.
During the hearing he confirmed for the seventh round, he said his personal religious beliefs would not affect his judicial decisions and that he would consider judgments like Rowe. The V-Wade binding prototype, although experts say they support breaking it, Newspaper Announced.
Lagova, 52, on the other hand, has a comprehensive justice background.
The Miami native was nominated in 2006 by the then government. Jeb Bush moved to Florida’s 3rd District Court of Appeals, where he served for more than a decade before being elevated to state Supreme Court. Last year, Trump nominated her to the Atlanta-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th round, and she was easily confirmed. USA Today.
Lagova is a member of the Conservative Federalist Society and is supported by the Florida government, Ron Desantis, but some have questioned his conservative evidence, especially about abortion. Politics.
He is of Roman Catholic and Cuban descent, which could help Trump in November.