President Trump nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch to serve on the Supreme Court Tuesday night during a ceremony at the White House.
During Gorsuch’s remarks, he promised, “If I’m confirmed, I will do all my powers permit to be a faithful servant of the constitution and laws of this great country.”
“The Supreme Court’s work is vital not just to a region of the country but to the whole – vital to the protection of people’s liberties under law and to the continuity of our constitution. The greatest charter of human liberty the world has ever known,” Gorsuch added.
Judge Gorsuch went on to say about the upcoming confirmation process, “I consider the United States Senate the greatest deliberative body in the world, and I respect the important role the constitution affords it in the confirmation of our judges.”
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