President Trump is on the verge of announcing a nominee to the Supreme Court who undoubtedly will be given the seal of approval by right-leaning groups dedicated to reversing Roe v. Wade. Anti-abortion conservatives, mostly Republicans, have long opposed the ruling. "If chosen as the nominee, she will be the deciding vote to overturn Roe v. Wade and to strike down preexisting conditions protections in the ACA".
Similarly, Justice Neil Gorsuch, who Trump nominated to the Court a year ago, is widely seen as a pro-life conservative.
He has said he wants to move quickly and he will choose from a 25-person list of contenders compiled for him by White House lawyers and conservative legal activists in Washington. Prior to her tenure on the court, Larsen served as an associate justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, beginning in 2015.
"I view Roe v. Wade as being settled law", Collins said in comments carried by The Hill this week.
Trump said Sunday he believes his nominee, which he has said he will announce July 9, will be confirmed quickly.
Carrie Severino, chief counsel and policy director of the Judicial Crisis Network, said she did not think picking a woman was "the top concern" of Trump, stressing judicial philosophy and experience.
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"What I want to see is a nominee who, regardless of his or her personal views on the very hard and contentious life issue, is going to respect precedent regardless", added Collins.
"They're going to get beaten so badly", Trump said. "I also suggested that he broaden his search". During the 2016 campaign, he predicted the law would be overturned during his presidency. They were the only Democrats to do so.
"Justice Kennedy used to say, 'I don't swing". Court watchers have been discussing the prospect of a conservative woman on the bench.
He said, "Roe v Wade has been affirmed over the years ..." "It's clearly precedent, and I always look for judges who respect precedent". The potential tension that could provoke was evident already in the final weeks of the most recent term, when the Republican-appointed justices (including Kennedy) muscled through a succession of party-line 5-4 decisions.
"But", he told Maria Bartiromo, "I'm putting conservative people on".
"[Barrett] went to [the University of] Notre Dame. she is very Catholic", Zerlina Maxwell said Monday on MSNBC.