Difference between revisions of "An evasive high court nominee inches toward Senate confirmation"

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|quote=Asked about Trump&'s refusal to commit to leaving office should he lose, she responded, "To the extent that this is a political controversy right now, as a judge, I want to stay out of it and I don't want to express a view." Sorry, judge, it's exactly your duty to have an opinion on such an extreme and reckless thought. Vacuous caution has no place in answering such a basic question.
|quote=Asked about Trump's refusal to commit to leaving office should he lose, she responded, "To the extent that this is a political controversy right now, as a judge, I want to stay out of it and I don't want to express a view." Sorry, judge, it's exactly your duty to have an opinion on such an extreme and reckless thought. Vacuous caution has no place in answering such a basic question.
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{{Opinion|Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination|Barrett should be confirmed|against}}
{{Opinion|Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination|Barrett should be confirmed|against}}

Latest revision as of 23:46, October 26, 2020

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Author(s) San Francisco Chronicle editorial board
Source San Francisco Chronicle
Date October 23, 2020
URL https://www.sfchronicle.com/opinion/editorials/article/Editorial-An-evasive-high-court-nominee-inches-15668152.php
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Quotes-start.png Asked about Trump's refusal to commit to leaving office should he lose, she responded, "To the extent that this is a political controversy right now, as a judge, I want to stay out of it and I don't want to express a view." Sorry, judge, it's exactly your duty to have an opinion on such an extreme and reckless thought. Vacuous caution has no place in answering such a basic question. Quotes-end.png


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This item argues against the position Barrett should be confirmed on the topic Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination.