JUST IN: Trump Releases List of 11 Possible Supreme Court Picks

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Did Donald Trump releasing his Supreme Court justice wishlist change the dynamics in unifying the GOP?

Charles Krauthammer predicted on Special Report that the announcement will have a "dramatic effect."

"The one thing holding back people who've resisted supporting Trump, or at least the major thing, is the fear of what a Clinton presidency would do to the Supreme Court and how it would change it for a generation."

He said the eleven people Trump chose for his list are "quite sterling," having either clerked for Justice Clarence Thomas or Antonin Scalia, or being federal judges appointed by former President George W. Bush.

Krauthammer said the one "caveat" is that Trump said the appointee would "most likely" come from his list, which could leave a shred of doubt in some conservatives' minds.


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