While the media is focused on drama in the White House and a fake ‘Russia’ scandal, President Trump is busy at securing the most important part of his legacy: securing the nation’s courts for decades!
Business Insider reported:
There’s widespread belief that Donald Trump is lagging past presidents in submitting nominations for key posts in his administration.
For the most part, that is true — except in one area that could help Trump leave behind his biggest legacy.
When it comes to nominating judges to the federal bench, Trump is moving at a breakneck pace. And the number of nominees for vacant US attorney positions, a crucial area, is dwarfing that of the past administration this early on.
On the federal bench, virtually all the vacancies Trump has been rushing to fill are lifetime appointments.
“This will be the single most important legacy of the Trump administration,” Democratic Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told Business Insider. “They will quickly be able to put judges on circuit courts all over the country, district courts all over the country, that will, given their youth and conservatism, will have a significant impact on the shape and trajectory of American law for decades.
Read the rest of the report here.
It’s actually a blessing that the media isn’t focused on this because it could potentially slow down the process.