Carrie Severino, chief counsel and policy director of the Judicial Crisis Network, joins Federalist Radio to discuss the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch, his credentials, and the Senate confirmation process.
“In [Gorsuch’s] writing style, in the types of arguments he makes, really evokes Justice Scalia,” Severino said. “Very entertaining, very thoughtful and well-argued. His commitment to those judicial principles is very clear through his writing.”
They discuss the politics behind Gorsuch’s confirmation and what whether we can expect Trump to have one or two more nominations. “It’s not President Obama’s seat. It’s not Merrick Garland’s seat. It’s not Chuck Schumer’s seat. This is a seat on the Supreme Court that ultimately belongs to the American people and the Constitution has a method that this gets filled by,” she said.