President Trump has now appointed more judges to the circuit courts than any president since Ronald Reagan. In fact, one-quarter of all circuit court judges are Trump appointees. Remember that in 2020.
President Donald Trump has appointed more judges in less than three years to the circuit courts than any of his two-term predecessors going back to Ronald Reagan.
The Senate confirmed William Nardini, on Thursday, to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, making 25% of circuit court judges Trump appointees. That was the president’s 45th pick, higher than the number of judges appointed by all presidents from Reagan to Obama.
“This president and this Senate have prioritized confirming impressive men and women to these lifetime appointments,” [Mitch] McConnell added.
Say what you want about his snark, his tweets, or his other less-than-perfect actions; the man is the most conservative president since Reagan. And Reagan didn’t move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.