Justice Kennedy, 81, recently announced his retirement from the U.S. Supreme Court. Trump has spent the weekend discussing his options with allies and will announce his pick at 9 p.m. Monday from the White House. Leonard Leo, the vice president of the conservative Federalist Society who selected Trump's longlist of 25 candidates for the supreme court, told ABC's This Week that warnings about Roe v Wade were a "scare tactic".
Have not made it final.
Mr. Thapar was on the shortlist of candidates after Judge Antonin Scalia died in 2016.
The source told Reuters that Amy Coney Barrett of IN, a Trump-appointed judge on the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, was still IN contention but that the Republican president had been asking more questions about the other two, who have more extensive judicial records. Add Donald Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Donald Trump news, video, and analysis from ABC News. But Trump's final decision remained far from clear, and the president wants to keep the guessing game going.
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Uruguay is the only team that didn't concede a goal in the first round - in a group containing Russia, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. We're here to play all seven matches, right up until the final, and we will see what happens".
Asked about the details of the selection process, Mr Trump said he has it down to four people. I do think the president has to think about who is the easiest to get confirmed here.
"If we put another two or perhaps three justices on. The whole list is extraordinary", he said.
Today, Graham said all of the possible Supreme Court Justice picks on President Trump's list are "outstanding" and each one is a "winning lottery ticket" for Republicans.
Last year, Trump appointed Thapar, who sits on the 6th US Circuit Court of Appeals and a former United States Attorney, for the District of Kentucky and District Judge.
Breitbart News has learned that, in private conversations with left-leaning reporters, McConnell is pushing the notion that Judge Raymond Kethledge will be unlikely to raise the ire of his Senate colleagues, potentially sparing him a confirmation battle in an election year.