Washington — A date has been set, a location announced andfor a vote in the Senate on a new Supreme Court justice this year.
But who will President Trump choose to succeed Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whoFriday?
The president said Monday he has narrowed his list of possible nominees to five women, and two have emerged as the frontrunners: Judges Amy Coney Barrett and Barbara Lagoa. The president told Fox News in an interview Monday he was also considering Judge Allison Jones Rushing, but at just 38 years old, she would likely face scrutiny over her age and experience.
Mr. Trump appointed Barrett and Lagoa to the federal bench, and they both boast conservative bona fides...Read More