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>> In the morning, during the morning, I interviewed and met with four potential justices of our great Supreme Court.>> The search to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy is moving ahead at full speed. President Trump said on Monday he met with four candidates.>> They are really incredible people.
>> With a second Supreme Court pick less than 18 months into his presidency, Trump is poised to cement Conservative control of the court and fire up supporters eager for a rightward shift on divisive social issues like abortion and gay rights. When pressed Monday if Trump himself supported overturning Roe v Wade, the White House wouldn't say.
>> Would the President like to see Roe v Wade overturned?>> Once again, I'm not gonna get in to any specifics. That, we would be looking at
]>> Supreme Court justices, I'm just saying, does he himself, as just a matter of how he feels, his own policy.
Does he wanna see Roe overturned?>> Again as this is ongoing, I'm not gonna weight into anything specific on that front of this point.>> Source tells Reuters that federal appeals court judges Bret Cavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett have gained the most interest from Trump and his team since Kennedy announced his retirement last week.
Democrats have already begun targeting Barrett portraying her as open to overturning Roe V Wade with Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer tweeting that she'd be a, quote, activist judge. Republicans are wasting no time in replacing Kennedy ahead of November's midterms. Trump saying he will announce his decision on who he'll nominate next Monday.