UPDATE:

Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano joined "America's Newsroom" to offer his perspective on President Trump's impending announcement.

"By this choice, President Trump will show fidelity to the campaign promises he made," the judge said Monday morning.

Watch the above video, and tell us what you think.


President Donald Trump just announced on Twitter that he has made his decision on whom he will nominate for the vacant Supreme Court justice position.

According to the tweet, he will make the announcement live from the White House Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.


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Trump put together a list of 21 possible justice nominees. Of those, three are being especially considered: William Pryor of Alabama, Neil Gorsuch of Colorado and Thomas Hardiman of Pennsylvania.

Trump's nominee would be subject to a Senate filibuster, meaning 60 votes are necessary to end debate on the nomination. In order to reach 60 votes, some Senate Democrats would have to be on board with the pick.

Be sure to tune in to Fox New Channel to hear the live announcement.


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