Trump Touts Efforts to Reshape Judiciary as He Stumps in Ohio
President Donald Trump speaks Monday during a campaign rally at Eugene F. Kranz Toledo Express Airport in Swanton, Ohio. The sign held by one supporter, "Fil That Seat," reflects the president's determination to quickly nominate a successor for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court justice who died on Friday. With fewer than 50 days until the election, Trump sees an opportunity to further reshape the U.S. judiciary. (Alex Brandon/AP)
Trump, rallying in Vandalia and Swanton, Ohio, said the nation was mourning the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. At the same time, he pointed out that more than 200 judges have been appointed to the federal bench during his term. “Some presidents never get any — they last a long time,” Trump said of Supreme Court appointments. "We've had three. It's blowing their minds." [Full Story]
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