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McConnell tees up five Trump judges after impeachment trial wraps

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That’s a 192 judges and counting! Keep them coming Mitch! President Trump is reshaping America’s courts, and that scares the Democrats to death. #Winning!

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McConnell tees up five Trump judges after impeachment trial wraps

The Hill, February 6, 2020:

With the weeks-long impeachment trial ending Wednesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is wasting no time turning the chamber’s focus back to his self-professed top priority: confirming judicial nominations.

McConnell teed up five judicial nominations for votes on the Senate floor as the chamber wrapped up its work for the week.
The Senate is expected to take its first procedural vote on the slate Monday evening, when Republicans will need a simple majority to end the debate on Andrew Brasher’s nomination to be a judge on the 11th Circuit.

Once Brasher is confirmed, the Senate will turn to the nominations of Joshua Kindred, Matthew Schelp, Joshua Kness and Philip Halpern, all of whom have been picked to be U.S. district judges.

The Senate could easily fit all five nominations into its schedule for next week.
Under a rules change enacted last year, district court nominees need only an additional two hours of debate once they overcome an initial procedural hurdle.
The Senate has confirmed 187 judicial nominees for President Trump since he took office, including two Supreme Court picks.
If all five are confirmed, that would bring the total number of Trump judicial nominees confirmed since 2017 to 192.
Judicial nominations are a top priority for Republicans, particularly given the divided government. McConnell, even when Republicans controlled the House, argued judges were the party’s best shot at having a long-term influence on the direction of the country.

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