What a Trump Presidency Means for the Supreme Court

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Penn's Kermit Roosevelt and Georgetown's Nan Hunter discuss the future of the Supreme Court.

Republicans in the Senate have refused to confirm President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee since March, holding on for the election. They will likely fast track President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee. The Knowledge@Wharton show on Wharton Business Radio on SiriusXM channel 111 spoke with Kermit Roosevelt, professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and Nan Hunter, associate dean for graduate programs at Georgetown University Law School, about who’s on the list to replace late Justice Antonin Scalia. 

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