Donald Trump nominates Amy Conroy Barrett for next Supreme Court Judge

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There are less than forty days left for the presidential election in America. In such a situation, Trump’s decision to nominate the judge was defended and said that this is his most important duty.

US President Donald Trump has nominated Judge Amy Conroy Barrett for the post vacated by the death of Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Barrett is currently a judge in the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals. Trump was nominated for this post in 2017 as well.

On Saturday, Trump announced at the White House’s Rose Garden, “Today I am honored to nominate the country’s most zealous and finely held person to the law for the Supreme Court.” She has achieved remarkable achievements, is very knowledgeable and is a loyal judge of the Constitution, Judge Amy Connay Barrett. “

After the President’s recommendation, Barrett’s name needs to be approved by the Senate. She lives in the state of Indiana with her husband and their seven children. Defending his move to nominate a judge, with less than 40 days left in the presidential election, Trump said it was his highest and most important duty under the United Nations Constitution.

 Trump said, “He is highly qualified for this position and I can tell you this ….. I have seen and I have studied and you are very qualified for this job, you will prove to be excellent.” During this, Justice Barrett said that he is very excited about serving in the Supreme Court.

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