Trump does deep dive on Supreme finalists

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Trump does deep dive on Supreme finalists

"They're all saying, don't do that, you don't do that, you shouldn't do that".

President Trump re-iterates when he will be revealing who he is nominating to fill retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's' seat.

In a tweet, Trump opined that the United States economy has probably been "stronger", adding that it was "exciting times for our country".

Trump, however, described his group of candidates as "highly talented, very brilliant, mostly conservative judges".

The president originally said he was considering a list of 25 candidates.

Trump tweeted on Saturday he would make the decision on July 9, and the White House has said his choice will come from the shortlist of 25 candidates he had compiled during his campaign and added to previous year.

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In his 31 years on the Supreme Court, Kennedy was often seen as the swing vote, siding with conservatives on issues like religious freedom and with the court's liberal justices on issues like abortion and gay marriage.

"I hope they keep thinking about it because they're going to get beaten so badly".

"Well, that's a big one, and probably not", Trump told Fox News' Maria Bartiromo in an interview scheduled to air Sunday at 10 a.m. on "Sunday Morning Futures". He told reporters Friday that he has already narrowed his search to about five candidates, including two women.

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