Amy Connie Barrett took the oath of office at the White House ceremony


Barrett will be Trump’s third Supreme Court judge.

Washington – Amy Connie Barrett b Supreme Court In the days leading up to the election, Republicans have been pushing hard against Republicans for President Donald Trump and for a conservative majority in the coming years.

Trump’s choice to fill the vacancy of the latter liberal icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg It could open a new trial period on abortion, the law of proportional care and self-determination. Democrats were able to stop the result as Republicans rushed to change the justice system.

Barrett She is 48 years old and has been appointed as the 115th Chief Justice of her life.

Monday’s 52-48 vote was the closest confirmation of the Supreme Court to the presidential election, and the first in our time with little support from the minority party. The sharp COVID-19 crisis is pending in the process. The office of Vice President Mike Pence said on Monday that he would not chair the Senate session after asking Democrats to stay away. Its assistants tested positive for COVID-19. His voice was not important.

According to Barrett, Trump is expected to take the oath of office at the White House for the first time. Justice Clarence Thomas was to administer the constitutional interview, a senior White House official said.

“This is something to be proud of and to feel good about,” he said at an extraordinary council meeting on Sunday before the vote. Critics of the judiciary say they will not be able to do much in the long run.

Pence was expected to lead the Republican vote. However, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and his leadership said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention not only violated the virus but also “violated common sense and decency.”

Following the Rose Garden incident with Trump last month to announce Barrett’s appointment, some GOP senators have tested positive for coronavirus, but have since been released by their doctors. Pens was not infected, the office said Monday, and the vice president confirmed he had been infected.

Democrats have been arguing for weeks that the vote is being unfairly rushed and that a nominee will be elected in Sunday’s Nov. 3 election. However, Judge Barrett from the Indiana Federal Court of Appeals is expected to sit down soon and begin hearing cases.

Speaking at midnight on Sunday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, De-Massie, called his vote “illegal” and “the last breath of a despairing party.”

One week before Election Day, a number of cases are pending, and Barrett could be a key vote in Republican appeals for extensions to voting cards in North Carolina and Pennsylvania.

The judges will weigh in on the court’s urgent appeal to prevent a Manhattan District Attorney from receiving their tax returns. And Linn The court is expected to hear Trump’s confession on November 10 Reasonable Law in Obama’s Time.

Trump has said he wants to speed up the ninth round of justice to resolve election disputes, and judges believe he will end the so-called “Obama” health law.

During her several-day testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Barrett was careful not to disclose how she would handle such matters.

Related: Democrats are asking Pence to skip Barrett’s vote on the Pevoid-19 disaster

She presented herself as an independent judge and suggested, “It’s not Amy’s law.” But the text of the abortion and his decision on “Obama” shows conser conservatives.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lynsey Graham Arsisi praises mother-of-seven as role model: “Conservative woman embraces her faith” “She is obviously a supporter of life, but she doesn’t apply ‘Amy’s law’ to all of us,” said Graham Barrett.

Early in Trump’s presidency, McConnell changed Senate rules to give a majority of 100 senators’ approval, rather than the usual 60-vote threshold for opposition candidates. This is the same law that Democrats proposed by President Barack Obama to promote other court and administration candidates.

Republicans have been pushing for a confirmation date since November 3, as the president and most of his senators are in danger since the Nov. 3 election.

Related: The Senate voted to promote Barrett, with a confirmation expected Monday

Related: Despite spelling, GOP supports court packages in states such as Arizona, Georgia

Only one Republican – Senator Susan Collins, in one In the narrow selection menu – Voted on the nominee, not on any Barrett direct assessment. Instead, Collins said, “I don’t think it’s fair to get a Senate vote before the election.”

Trump and his Republican allies were hoping for a better campaign, and Trump was excited about the 2016 court battle between conservatives and evangelical Christians. In that year, McConnell argued that the new president should be decided, and then President Barack Obama refused to investigate the Senate election to replace the late Vice President Anthony Scalan.

Most of the other Republicans, who had faced a lot of tough competition, accepted the offer to strengthen their position with conservatives. “She will go down in history as one of the greatest judges,” said Senator Tom Tilis, RNC.

But an unusual attempt to impose new justice on such dissidents in the run-up to the election will reward the GOP political prize.

Candidates and protesters have been further silenced by the Coronavirus restrictions in the capital.

Democrats are united against Barrett. Two Democrat senators have called for Trump to sue the Notre Dame Law School professor. When they voted in favor of Barrett in 2017, none of them voted in favor of the Supreme Court.

California Sen. Kamala Harris, Vice Presidential candidate, returns to Washington from campaign to join the party without a vote.

According to information from the Senate Historical Office, there is no other Supreme Court justice that has been upheld by a minority party for at least 150 years.

Associated Press correspondents Mary Claire Jalonic, Andrew Taylor, Mark Sherman, Zaki Miller and Amer Madani in Washington, and Kathleen Ronane in Sacramento Ca.

Related: Once listed, Alaska Senator Murkovsky says she would now choose to confirm Barrett.

Related: Senator GOP will travel to Barrett in conjunction with the Democrats’ ban

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