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Three district court nominees expected to get confirmed this week, brings total to 17
The Washington Times ^
| April 9, 2018
| Alex Swoyer
Posted on 04/09/2018 5:46:55 PM PDT by jazusamo
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday he plans to confirm three of President Trumps judicial nominees by the end of the week, continuing to fulfill the presidents promise to remake the federal bench with conservative jurists.
If all three of his picks are cleared this week, it will bring the total number of Mr. Trumps district court picks to 17 that have been confirmed since the president took office.
Claria Horn Boom, who was nominated more than 300 days ago...
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TOPICS: Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; US: Kansas; US: Kentucky
KEYWORDS: boom; broomes; confirmations; districtjudges; jennings; trump; ussenate
300 days is ridiculous, McConnell better get busy.
posted on 04/09/2018 5:46:55 PM PDT
Almost 15 months since inauguration and 17 is the best the Puppet of China McConnell has been able to have votes on?
Hes SLOW WALKING them in silent accommodation with Schumer
posted on 04/09/2018 5:50:53 PM PDT
by House Atreides
(BOYCOTT the NFL, its products and players 100% - PERMANENTLY)
To: House Atreides
The article says district court 17. Total judges 33
posted on 04/09/2018 7:27:20 PM PDT
(Democrats haven't been this nutty since we freed their slaves.)
“...Claria Horn Boom, who was nominated more than 300 days ago...”
Shame, shame on the Senate. They are very poor performers and an example of what they should not be.
posted on 04/09/2018 7:33:10 PM PDT
(AfganistaMr Obama said theoal was to "disrupt, dismantle and defeat al-hereQaeda" and its allies.)
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