Federalist Society executive vice president Leonard Leo, who is advising President Trump in his search for the next Supreme Court nominee.

Leo said, of Trump's list of 21 possible justice nominees, three are being especially considered: William Pryor of Alabama, Neil Gorsuch of Colorado and Thomas Hardiman of Pennsylvania.

Gorsuch, a judge on the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver has a "very distinguished record of judicial service," Leo said.

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He worked in the Bush justice department.

Hardiman, of Pittsburgh, has been both a trial court judge and an appeals judge.

Pryor is on the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and a common speaker at conservative political events.

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