With President Donald Trump set to name his Supreme Court nominee soon, talk is circulating about who that person is. But looking at the recent history of nominations, the leading contenders discussed in the media aren’t always the final choices announced by the President.
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President Donald Trump will meet Senate Republican leaders this week about his Supreme Court nominee, in a sign that process is moving ahead. But will the nomination face enough delays to prevent a new Justice from hearing arguments this term?
An organization is suing President Donald Trump for conflicts of interest, in what could be the start of an interesting legal debate in court about an obscure constitutional provision.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard arguments in the closely watched case of Lee v. Tam, which seeks to settle an argument over the government’s ability to ban all trademark protections for names it deems to be offensive.
As Constitution Daily counts down to Inauguration Day, we look back at three presidential ceremonies from the 1800s that ended very badly.