Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamGraham donates 0K to Trump’s legal protection fund Poor news media performance hampered the election process Biden’s victory will make GOP ready for a return to 2024 MORE (RS.C.) on Friday opened for further confirmation President TrumpDonald John Trump: Girl gets ahead of Trump in Georgia Biden leads in Georgia, takes advantage in Pennsylvania Gore: This election is ‘completely different’ from 2000 MOREJudicial candidates in 2021, until the next president, is likely joe BidenJoe Biden leads Trump in Georgia Biden leads in Georgia, takes advantage in Pennsylvania Gore: This election is ‘completely different’ from 2000 MORE, sworn in on January 20.
“I think we have some of the district court judges who are Republicans and Democrats. But, yes, the commission will continue to function. I’ll get back to you for more details on how far to go, ”he told reporters during a call when asked about whether the Senate could continue to confirm the judges in December. and January or not, even if Trump loses. “We’ll see what happens to the presidential race.”
Graham said his first legislative priority was “to try to get a coronavirus stimulus before January”.
“I was in the growth camp,” he said. “We need a big package, some Republicans disagree. We have to see how the presidential race takes shape ”.
The GOP Senator said Trump has a path of victory if he can return to Arizona, where Joe Biden currently has 50% of the vote with 93% of the reported estimated votes, while Trump has 48.6%.
“If Trump went back to Arizona and actually took Arizona, it would be a battle of hell,” Graham said.
“If by the end of the day he was missing in Arizona, I think most people would believe Arizona did the right thing. Trusting Republicans [Ariz.] Goverment [Doug] Ducey [R], “I said. “The trend seems to be that Trump could really win over Arizona.”
Currently there are two US appeals court vacancies and 55 US district court vacancies.
Leader of the Senate Majority Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnell Memorandum: Trump plays as the tide moves for Senate Republicans in Biden sit quietly as Trump challenges the counting of votes George Floyd: Biden’s brother deserves a chance Association proves to be worthy ‘MORE (R-Ky.) Last week said that he would try to confirm as many Trump court options, even if he did not win the election.
“We will run across the ice. We’re going through the end of the year, and so will the president. We’ll be filling Round 7 and I hope we also have time to fill Round 1, ”McConnell told conservative talk host Hugh Hewitt.
“By the way, we endorse a district judge as soon as we get back from the election, and we’ll clean up the plate, as well as clean up all of the district judges,” McConnell said.