After he is expected to announce his Supreme Court nominee, the president will hold a rally in Pennsylvania that the governor has criticized for not following COVID guidelines.
People who once belonged to the self-described charismatic Christian community told Newsweek women are expected to be "absolutely obedient" to their husbands as well as male leaders.
President Donald Trump dove into vetting his pick for the Supreme Court after the death of liberal pioneer Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Latino leaders say he should pick Cuban-American Barbara Lagoa over other top contender Amy Coney Barrett.
Appointing Barrett could well result in the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and the assault on sexual and reproductive rights will not stop there.
Amy Coney Barrett is reportedly one of the potential Supreme Court nominees at the top of President Donald Trump's list to replace former Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
President Donald Trump said he will announce his nomination to replace former Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court later this week.
The federal judge is thought to be one of President Donald Trump's front-running contenders to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat on the Supreme Court.
The ACLU, which has opposed only four Supreme Court nominees in its 100-year history, may come out against its first non-white male nominee should U.S. Circuit Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett remain at the top of President Donald Trump's list of potential nominees.
The prediction comes as President Donald Trump revealed not only that his choice will likely be a woman but that Lagoa was a serious contender for the open Supreme Court seat.
Amy Coney Barrett and her husband both belong to the People of Praise group, which teaches that men have authority over their wives.
Amy Coney Barrett has seven children—five biological and two adopted—and her family is very important to her. However, she tends not to speak much publicly about her personal life.
Speaking to reporters before his North Carolina rally, Trump named two judges to potentially replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg—both of them women.
U.S. Circuit Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a socially conservative Catholic, has been menioned since late 2017 as a potential Supreme Court pick, most recently as a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, should she retire.
She was once told the "dogma lives loudly within you" by a senator.