Donald Trump Gives Mitch McConnell & the GOP Senate Advice on Picking Next Supreme Court Justice … DELAY, DELAY, DELAY!!!
TRUMP SAYS WITH REGARDS TO OBAMA SCOTUS NOMINEES … DELAY, DELAY, DELAY!!!
This weekend during the Republican South Carolina debates Donald Trump provides GOP Senate Majority leader and the GOP Senate with some advice when it comes to picking the next Supreme Court Justice of the United States, DELAY, DELAY, DELAY. Trump stated that the death of Justice Scalia was a tremendous blow to conservatism and its a tremendous blow to our country.
“If the president, and if I were president now, I would certainly try to nominate a justice. I hope our Senate, Mitch and the entire group will be able to do something about it.”
“This is a tremendous blow to conservatism and frankly to our country. I think it’s up to Mitch to McConnell and everybody to stop it. It’s called delay, delay, delay.”
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump issued some advice to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and the rest in the Senate when filling the vacancy in the Supreme Court following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia: “delay, delay, delay.”
The CBS News GOP debate opened Saturday night with a brief memorial and moment of science for Scalia, and the candidates were all asked about the appointment of the next justice in the wake of his death. Answering first, Trump said he was “absolutely sure” President Barack Obama would attempt to nominate a new justice before his term is finished.
Trump said that he too would “certainly want to try” to fill that vacancy if he were president.
“I hope that the Senate is going to be able, Mitch and the entire group, is going to be able to do something about it in terms of delay,” Trump said. “You could have a Diane Sykes or you could have a Bill Pryor. We have some fantastic people, but this is a tremendous blow to conservatism. It’s a tremendous blow, frankly, to our country.”
“I think it’s up to Mitch McConnell and everybody else to stop it. It’s called delay, delay, delay,” he continued.
We will see if Senate Republicans have the backbone and CO-JONES to do it.