Mike Davis Op-Ed published in Newsweek: President Trump Could Become the Most Consequential President in History

No president since Richard Nixon has successfully appointed more than two Supreme Court justices in his first term. Trump’s nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett—an influential federal appellate judge on an Indiana-based seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit—gives him his third appointment to the high court in less than four years. And Judge Barrett is as impressive as they come.

Barrett—the mother of seven children, including one with Down syndrome and two adopted from Haiti—grew up in Louisiana and has spent most of her life in America’s heartland. Barrett earned her bachelor’s degree from Rhodes College in Tennessee, and then went on to earn her law degree from Notre Dame Law School in Indiana. Throughout her tenure on the federal bench, Barrett has shown a rock-solid commitment to the rule of law.

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