GOP Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas criticized Senate Democrats who promised to ask Judge Neil Gorsuch about President Donald Trump’s most controversial comments and policies during confirmation hearings this week.
Democratic members of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary made repeated reference to Trump’s attacks on federal judges, as well as his expansive view of executive power. Cruz argued that asking Gorsuch to answer for Trump’s comments amount to inappropriate political questions for judges.
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He also pointed out that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer, two judges appointed to the high court by President Bill Clinton, were not made to answer questions about the scandals unfolding in the Clinton White House during that period, particularly allegations of sexual harassment.Read the rest of the story HERE and follow links to related stories below:
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