Trump nominated Barrett on Saturday afternoon.
Democratic senators argue she cannot possibly be viewed as impartial in potential legal challenges over the presidential election.
Barrett was seen leaving her home with her family to take a Gulfstream jet to Washington, D.C.
The trio spoke at the 2020 Prayer March Saturday ahead of Trump announcing his nominee to fill the Supreme Court vacancy.
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"I hit the jackpot when I married Jesse. We have been married 18 years with each year better than the last," Amy Coney Barrett said.
After a debate at the Constitutional Convention, members decided to give the power of nominating a justice to the president but the ability to reject or accept the nomination to the Senate.
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.
Rep. Val Demings spoke about the possibility of impeachment and court packing as ways to prevent Trump from appointing a new Supreme Court justice.
It's rare to be nominated to the Supreme Court—it's even rarer for a person to have their nomination rejected.
"I'm watching the Democrats saying how terrible it is that we're appointing," President Donald Trump said. "We have the right. We won the election."
A two-page messaging strategy memo sent to House Democrats and candidates across the country further represented the belief among party leaders that the vacant Supreme Court seat Republicans are so quickly trying to fill could be a winning issue for Democrats at the ballot box.
Bryant Johnson, Ruth Bader Ginsburg's longtime personal trainer, honored the late trailblazer with pushups before her casket as she lay in state in the U.S. Capitol.
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.
Republicans were criticized for pledging to move forward with Trump's SCOTUS nominee when they opposed Obama's in 2016.
The poll's findings come as Democrats and Republicans continue to spar over who should be responsible for nominating a new Supreme Court justice.
The serving U.S. Court of Appeals judge is considered the frontrunner to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week.
Republicans should understand that no matter how ugly the fight over whether to confirm a new justice to the Supreme Court before November 3 becomes, it will be a walk in the park compared to the war for the survival of democracy in which Israelis are now engaged.
48 percent of Democrats backed increasing the number of Supreme Court justices while only 20 percent of Republicans approved of the proposal.
Senate Judiciary Committee members Chris Coons and Mazie Hirono told Newsweek they're uncertain if they'll participate in the forthcoming hearing, signaling they may snub the process in an apparent rebuke to Republicans filling the vacancy before Election Day.
The president and first lady Melania Trump stood near Ginsburg's casket while a crowd could be heard chanting loudly "vote him out."
Appointing Barrett could well result in the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and the assault on sexual and reproductive rights will not stop there.
"If she revamps a baseless impeachment, we will work to remove her from the speakership," the Republican congressman said Thursday morning.
The same group of demonstrators who protested outside Senator Lindsey Graham's house earlier this week surrounded Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's home in Washington D.C. early Thursday morning.
The Senate minority leader said McConnell would "hurt his party" by trying to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg's vacant Supreme Court seat.