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Trump's Supreme Court Justices would Roll Back a Century of Progress

Ever eager to assure conservatives he's their best bet to cement an ultraconservative majority on the Supreme Court, Donald Trump recently announced ten more names he'd add to the pool of people he might name to the Court if elected. The new list made a token nod to diversity and brought the total of potential Trump nominees to 20: 21 if you include the apparently blindsided Senator Mike Lee, who clearly didn't know he was a Trump pick and hurriedly bowed out.
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