Amy Coney Barrett, one of President Donald Trump’s potential Supreme Court justice picks, was spotted at home in Indiana Monday night, according to a tweet from NBC Politics.
“Amy Coney Barrett spotted at home tonight in Indiana,” the tweet stated.
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— NBC Politics (@NBCPolitics) July 9, 2018
When asked about the potential nomination, Barrett told reporters, “I can’t confirm nor deny anything but you can see that I’m here,” according to a Monday tweet from CNN’s Steve Brusk. (RELATED: McConnell Destroys Democratic Opposition To Potential SCOTUS Nominee: ‘The Apocalypse Hasn’t Come Yet’)
Judge Barrett told reporters, ‘I can’t confirm nor deny anything but you can see that I’m here”
— Steve Brusk (@stevebruskCNN) July 9, 2018
Barrett, 46, was reportedly one of Trump’s finalists for the Supreme Court seat vacated by Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement. Barrett was previously a clerk for Justice Antonin Scalia and graduated from Notre Dame University Law School, according to a Monday Politico article.
Trump will announce the next SCOTUS appointment Monday at 9 p.m.
She came from a deeply religious Catholic background, and was already being criticized by Democrats for how her religion would impact her potential decisions on the Court, according to the same Politico article.
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