According to a new poll, nearly three out of every ten Republicans trust President Obama and Hillary Clinton more than Donald Trump to appoint a new Supreme Court Justice.
In an interview with NPR, President Obama told tantruming Republicans in the Senate that they have failed to make a coherent argument for their obstruction, and they are not going to get their way one hundred percent of the time.
Mitch McConnell's plan to obstruct President Obama's Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland, by holding no meetings, hearings, or votes is coming closer to collapse as eight Senate Republicans have stated that they will meet with the nominee.
While speaking about President Obama's nomination Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) showed respect for the Constitution that is clearly missing among Senate Republicans.
By calling the Republican bluff with the nomination of Merrick Garland, President Obama has trapped Senate Republicans in their own obstruction, fed the Senate rebellion, and gave Democrats a key issue for November's election.
Faced with angry voters who want them to do their jobs, the jobs the voters are paying them to do, which includes as a basic confirming Supreme Court nominees, Republicans are at a loss as to justify and sell McConnell's big lie.
The RNC is taking the Republican Party to a new low with a campaign that will attack Democratic presidential candidates and senators who want the Senate to do their jobs and hold hearings on President Obama's Supreme Court nominee.
Republican support for obstructing President Obama's Supreme Court nominee is cracking as top Trump surrogate Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) called for hearings to be held on Obama's Supreme Court nominee.
Republicans are giving Democrats plenty of ammunition in an election year with which to hit vulnerable Republican Senators.
One of the nation's top presidential historians says that there is no historical precendent that Republicans can use to obstruct President Obama's nominee to the Supreme Court.
Is the GOP being honest in their critique of Kagan? The round up of Conservative's arguments against Kagan appears to be baseless, hypocritical and perhaps grounded in her fight against corporate influence on elections.