Donald Trump's Supreme Court Pick Came Of Age In A Very Different Republican Party

Saturday, 11 February 2017
NEW YORK ― Arguments for boycotting the Soviet Union and funding the Star Wars missile defense program, screeds against the Sandinista constitution ― these are among the late ‘80s conservative talking points featured in The Federalist Paper, the campus publication that Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch co-founded and...

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