The appointment of members of the United States Supreme Court is sacred, and it is one of the jobs of the President Donald Trump.
Traditionally, Trump can nominate and confirm, whoever he wants to handle any of the positions. However, things have changed after the second tenure of former President, Barack Obama, who was lashed angrily by the Republicans who didn’t allow his nominations to be smooth.
Today, the Republicans are proud leaders of the United States of America and still maintains the majority in the Senator.
It is time for Trump to use his position and nominate and accept Supreme Court nominees. Thank goodness for elderly justices like liberal icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Ruth has said that she would love to have the Electoral College removed from the election process in her speech at Stanford University Gin.
Ginsburg said, “some things I would like to change, one is the Electoral College.” But she didn’t elaborate on what she was talking about, and the room gave her a thunderous applause.