Donald Trump will be able to fill more than 100 federal court positions when he takes office – almost DOUBLE the number Obama could after winning in 2008

Monday, December 26, 2016
By Paul Martin

There will be 103 empty seats on courts when Trump is sworn into the office
The triple-digit figure dwarfs the 54 openings Barack Obama could fill in 2008
Conservative leaders are hoping Trump picks judges in line with their beliefs
The Democrats have blamed the GOP for ‘staining’ courts by delaying decisions
A total of 25 of Obama’s nominees were left undecided upon on the Senate floor

26 December 2016

Donald Trump will be able to fill more than 100 vacancies in the federal courts when he takes office next month.

Trump will walk into the White House as there are a total of 103 empty seats on courts, in addition to the lingering Supreme Court vacancy after the death of Antonin Scalia.

The triple-digit figure is staggeringly almost double the number President Barack Obama had to fill – 54- when he replaced George W. Bush in the Oval Office.

Conservative leaders are already hoping Trump will pick people to further push their ideals on a number of key issues – such as gun control, women’s health and rights, immigration, and voter restriction, the Washington Post reports.

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