Surprise: Democrats Oppose Every Single Supreme Court Candidate on Trump's List

Before President Trump has declared a new nominee, Democrats are arguing every person being considered is already disqualified.

Townhall.com writes:

It's been less than 24-hours since Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy met with President Trump at the White House to declare his retirement. 

After the announcement hit the news wires, President Trump said he would be choosing Kennedy's replacement from a list of 25-individuals. That list was released shortly after the 2016 presidential election by his transition team.

Before President Trump has declared a new nominee, Democrats are arguing every person being considered is already disqualified. They're demanding Trump "ditch the list" and come up with candidates that meet their leftist standards of constitutional revision.

Kirsten Gillibrand
Kamala Harris

In other words, they're saying no to any person Trump nominates who isn't a left wing radical.

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