Missouri Lawmakers Weigh In On President's Supreme Court Nominee July 10, 2018

Missouri lawmakers are releasing statements on their reactions to President Donald Trump’s choice for the next Supreme Court Justice.

The president announced last (Monday) night that Brett Kavanaugh, is his selection to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.

U.S. Senator Clarie McCaskill says she is looking forward to thoroughly examining Judge Kavanaugh’s record in the coming weeks as the Senate considers his nomination.

Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer and U.S. Senator Roy Blunt praised the presidents choice.

Kavanaugh is expected to visit Capitol Hill today (Tuesday) and begin meeting with senators.

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