US News Amy Coney Barret, Donald Trump's judge, in the home stretch

09:30  22 october  2020
09:30  22 october  2020 Source:   lejdd.fr

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Amy Coney Barrett (born Amy Vivian Coney ; January 28, 1972) is an American attorney, jurist, and academic who serves as a circuit judge on the U. S . Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

Donald Trump ’ s Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett has been accused of “unconscionable cruelty" for her part in overturning an award of In the unanimous opinion, Judge Manion wrote that the county was not responsible as it stated guards were banned from having sex with inmates in their

Amy Coney Barret, la juge conservatrice que le Donald Trump a choisie pour siéger à la Cour Suprême, en remplacement de la progressiste Ruth Bader Ginsburg, devrait être confirmée jeudi par la Commission des Affaires judiciaires du Sénat. © Sipa

Amy Coney Barret, the conservative judge Donald Trump has chosen to sit on the Supreme Court, replacing the progressive Ruth Bader Ginsburg, should be confirmed Thursday by the Senate Judicial Affairs Committee.

Amy Coney Barret , the conservative judge Donald Trump has chosen to sit on the Supreme Court, replacing progressive Ruth Bader Ginsburg, is expected to be confirmed by the Senate Judicial Affairs Committee on Thursday. This procedural vote will allow debates on his appointment to begin at a plenary assembly of the Senate the next day before a final validation vote next Monday, that is to say 8 days before the presidential election, as the Donald Trump and the Republican Party had promised. Despite the defection of two Republican senators, the judge could be validated by 51 votes against 49.

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Judge Amy Coney Barrett, who will reportedly be President Donald Trump ’ s choice for the Supreme Court, has already faced criticism from the left The wait for domestic adoption was just very, very, long,” she explained, noting that Haiti was one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere.

This decision would give a decisive advantage to the president and his party in the event of post-electoral disputes. This week, Democrats welcomed the Supreme Court's refusal to block a decision by the state of Pennsylvania to count postal votes postmarked prior to November 3 or posted the same. day, even if these envelopes arrive at the polling station after the polling date.

If elected, Joe Biden is not in favor of increasing the number of judges on the Supreme Court

The decision of the Court was taken by 4 votes to 4 in the absence of a ninth judge . The President of the Court, John Roberts, appointed by the Republican President George W. Bush, joined in this process the last three progressive judges of the institution.

Judge Amy Coney Barrett refused, during her hearings before senators, to comment on a possibility that she will recuse herself in the event of a post-election dispute. "I will not announce in advance in which case I will recuse myself or not, because that would bypass the entire process of appeals to the court," she told senators.

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WASHINGTON — Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump ’ s pick for the Supreme Court, has compiled an almost uniformly conservative voting record In the coming weeks, months and years, the Supreme Court may be called upon to weigh issues as varied and weighty as the presidential election

President Donald Trump intends to choose Amy Coney Barrett to be the new Supreme Court justice, according to multiple senior Republican sources with knowledge of the process.

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Although she has claimed not to have spoken recently and personally with Donald Trump or his entourage about what she would do in the event of a dispute. the election before the Court, the president has repeated on several occasions that he is counting on his nomination to decide the outcome of the presidential election in case it is up to the Court to rule.

For his part, Democratic candidate Joe Biden hinted that he was not in favor, in case of victory, of modifying the number of Supreme Court justices upwards, but that he remained in favor of a reform of the Supreme Court. the most prestigious institution in the country, the only one with the federal army in which the Americans trust a large majority.

Donald Trump's worst verbal dropouts .
© Alex Gakos / Shutterstock.com Donald Trump performing in Washington US President Donald Trump (74) often seems to have his own truths. The 74-year-old, who is standing for re-election on November 3, has caused a sensation in recent years with a few sayings. Here is a small selection: Here is the book "Too much and never enough: How my family created the most dangerous man in the world" by Mary L.

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