These Women Are Trump’s Two Top Picks: Fox

Judges Amy Coney Barrett, left, and Barbara Lagoa (Associated Press)

Sep 20, 2020

Fox News – Two names have been emerging from the list of Supreme Court contenders President Trump is said to be considering following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Judge Amy Coney Barrett, 48, a judge with the Chicago-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, is a conservative, pro-life Roman Catholic who clerked for late Justice Antonin Scalia after she graduated from law school.

The New Orleans native was appointed by Trump to the Seventh Circuit in 2017. She previously taught law at the University of Notre Dame for 15 years.

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Judge Barbara Lagoa, 52, on the other hand, has an extensive judicial record.

The Miami native served for more than a decade on Florida’s 3rd District Court of Appeals before being elevated briefly to the state’s Supreme Court.

Last year, Trump nominated her to the Atlanta-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit and she was easily confirmed.

Lagoa is a member of the conservative Federalist Society and is backed by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis but some have questioned her conservative credentials, especially on abortion, according to Politico … Read more. 

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