Trump Plans to Nominate Federal Judges in Their 30s to Maximize Influence over Judiciary

From today’s Politico Playbook:

PLAYBOOK SCOOP The White House Counsel’s office is interviewing lawyers in their late 30s and early 40s for federal judgeships, sources familiar with the matter told us. It is a departure from the Obama administration, which mostly stuck to older, experienced legal professionals for judgeships. Republican presidents historically pick younger lawyers for judgeships compared to Democratic presidents. Placing younger candidates on the bench would ensure Trump’s influence on the federal court system for decades.

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