According to research from the Article III Project (A3P), the federal appeals courts could be taken over with Conservative judges if President Trump is re-elected.
While the pace of Trump’s judicial appointments has been steady, about two-thirds of his circuit court nominees have replaced Republican-appointed judges, University of Richmond law professor Carl Tobias told the Washington Free Beacon. A second Trump term would offer Republicans a chance to replace many judges nominated by Democrats as well, elevating Trump’s judicial record from productive to transformational. The prospect of further appointments to the Supreme Court is also realistic, a chilling notion for Democrats that prompted the party to endorse “structural reform” of the judiciary during the DNC.
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