Democrats immediately criticized her nomination, citing her record of opposing the affordable Care act

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From both sides of the aisle after President Trump picked Judge Amy Kuney Berry As his nominee to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The president made that announcement on Saturday, although Judge Barrett was considered the front runner for the position almost immediately after Justice Ginsburg's death. Democrats immediately criticized her nomination, citing her record of opposing the affordable Care act and the method in which they say Republicans are rushing her confirmation just weeks before a presidential election. What's at issue is both. This rushed in partisan confirmation in which President Trump has told us he's choosing someone who will overturn Roe vs Wade. He's choosing someone who will overturn the and he's choosing someone who President Trump himself says he will need to put their thumb on the scale so that he can win the next election. He's not confident he'll win it fair and square at the ballot box, he says. We have to rush through this nominee so that there's nine justices and one he hand picks to, according to President Trump support him in his reelection effort. We have never in the history of United States of America. Confirmed a judge. That's when the Supreme Court vacancy appeared. From July 1st in November. It's never happened before. We are right now in the middle of voting in Michigan, who are already voting we're we're being asked to vote four days before Election Day on whether or not a

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