President Trump kept the biggest campaign promuse that got him elected--nominating a Conservative to the Supreme Court.
Democrat will fight this good and decent man. But, in the end Gorsuch will be a supreme court justice.
Daily Mail reports President Donald Trump has announced his choice of Neil Gorsuch, a U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit judge with conservative and Ivy League credentials, to the Supreme Court.If confirmed by the bitterly-divided Senate, Gorsuch will fill the vacancy created by the February 2016 death of Antonin Scalia.Gorsuch, at the age of 49, is the youngest judge to be nominated to the Supreme Court in 25 years and could potentially be shaping American law for decades, because the position is for life.
Trump said Gorsuch's qualifications are 'beyond dispute' as he introduced him to the nation from the White House's East Room on Tuesday night in a primetime event.The president said Gorsuch was 'among the finest and the most brilliant' judges. And he called Gorsuch's academic credentials – Columbia University, Harvard Law, and Oxford University – 'as good as I have ever seen.''When he was nominated to the 10th Circuit court of appeals, he was confirmed by the Senate unanimously,' Trump said. 'Unanimously. Can you believe that nowadays with what's going on? Does that happen anymore? Does it happen? I think it's going to happen, maybe again.'