‘There Is Nothing In The Constitution That Says POTUS Can’t Nominate Supreme Court Successor’ – Amy Howe

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Roland Martin talks about the death of Supreme Court justice Judge Scalia and the Republican party’s criticism regarding President Obama’s future nomination. He talks to Amy Howe of SCOTUS Blog talk about what’s fact and what’s fiction in the case of the GOP vs. POTUS.

“There were cases were President’s nominated and confirmed Supreme Court in a presidential year. There is nothing in the constitution that says the President cannot nominate a successor to the Supreme Court in an election year,” Howell said.

 

  • Steve

    There is nothing in the Constitution that says the Senate has to approve anyone the President nominates either.

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