5 Reasons Why Supreme Court Nominations Have FailedBreaking News
tags: Supreme Court, SCOTUS, Trump, Brett Kavanaugh
Here’s a look at five red flags Senators have raised that derailed Supreme Court nominations in the past:
1. The Nominee’s Record Is Hiding Something
2. The Nominee Isn’t Qualified
3. The Nominee’s Politics Are “Wrong”
4. The Nominee Raises Ethical Concerns
5. It’s a Presidential Election Year
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