Trump’s greatest first 100-day success
The Trump administration has undoubtedly faced setbacks during its first 100 days. These challenges include disagreement among Trump’s fellow Republicans regarding the repeal of Obamacare and his initial national security adviser resigning amid reports of his communications with the Russian ambassador during the presidential race.
However, one campaign promise of Trump’s was that his nominees to the Supreme Court would be firmly in the mainstream of legal conservatism. His nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and the subsequent Senate confirmation was a tremendous success for the Trump administration. Justice Gorsuch’s experience as an appellate court judge on the United States Court of Appeals 10th Circuit and as a law clerk to two Supreme Court Justices, Byron White and Anthony Kennedy, rendered him remarkably qualified for a seat on the Supreme Court.
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Lampard, Ronald. (2017, April 29) Trump’s greatest first 100-day success. Retrieved http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/trumps-greatest-first-100-day-success/article/2621640.