These Are Donald Trump's Top Candidates for Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Seat

These Are Donald Trump's Top Candidates for Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Seat

Three days after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, two women have emerged as the top contenders to become President Trump’s nominee for the feminist icon’s seat on the Supreme Court. The mercurial President could still shift direction and select any woman from his previously released list of potential Supreme Court nominees. A White House official says Trump plans to interview five candidates. Trump considered Barrett for the open seat created by Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement in 2018, though he chose Brett Kavanaugh instead. Lagoa, on the other hand, was added to Trump’s Supreme Court short list less than two weeks ago.

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