The US Supreme Court and Gender Politics

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Supreme Court nominees traditionally maintain studied silence until confirmation hearings. Even then, they don’t answers to Senators’ questions directly. President Trump’s second SCOTUS nominee went on Fox News with his wife beside him. He denied claims of heavy drinking and sexual assault while he was in prep school. Will breaking precedent help him or hurt him with a Senate divided almost equally between Democrats and Republicans?

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Warren Olney


Andrea Brody