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What Good Will Trump SCOTUS Nominees Be if There's No GOP Senate to Confirm Them?

Many conservatives have made the argument that it is better on balance to vote for Donald Trump if for no other reason than that he has promised to nominate conservative jurists to the Supreme Court. With the death of Antonin Scalia in February — along with the likely impending resignations of one or two of the Court’s older justices — the next president will, at the very least, be able to nominate one justice.
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