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Schumer: “unprecedented” if GOP senators block Supreme Court nominee


Now, some Republicans appear to be considering a more measured approach: Allow Obama to make a nomination, then reject the nominee (whoever he or she is). The Republican frontrunner even offered two possible choices: Diane Sykes, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit; and Bill Pryor, a judge U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit and Alabama’s former attorney general.As Lyle Denniston at SCOTUSblog writes, Article II of Constitution gives the president that power and William J. Brennan, Jr., one of the most consequential justices in the Court’s history, began his time on the bench when President Dwight Eisenhower appointed him during a recess. “But after that debate, they deserve a simple up-or-down vote”, he said in a May 2005 statement documented by States News Service.Now, Republicans are content with a Supreme Court that will be paralyzed by a 4-4 ideological split for at least the next year.Democrats have attacked Cruz, Rubio and their fellow Republicans for their stance on replacing Scalia, with Senator Chuck Schumer saying “show me the clause [in the Constitution] that says [the] president’s only president for three years”. They have noted that Sen.

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