Trump candidate for US Supreme calls Trump’s criticism of Federal Judges “disappointing” and “demoralizing”

  Trump candidate for US Supreme calls Trump’s criticism of Federal Judges “disappointing” and “demoralizing”

Donald Trump appointed Neil Gorsuch to fill the vacancy in the US Supreme Court, and said on Wednesday that his criticism of federal judges and to the judicial branch were “disappointing” and “demoralizing,” as confirmed His spokesman.

“He expressed his disappointment at the demoralizing and abhorrent comments that President Trump has made on the judicial system,” Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal told reporters today after meeting privately with Gorsuch.

Ron Bonjean, a spokesman for Gorsuch, later confirmed to CNN and other media that the judge had “used the words disappointing and demoralizing” in reference to comments from Trump, who last week appointed him to become the ninth member Of the Supreme Court.

Trump branded James Robert an “alleged judge” and accused him of “snatching our country’s ability to enforce the law.” Trump criticized federal magistrate James Robart, who on Friday blocked the immigration veto immediately by calling him a “supposed judge” and accusing him of “taking away our country’s ability to enforce the law.”

On Sunday, Trump went a step further by asserting that that judge and the US judicial system in general will be to blame if something “bad” happens following the suspension of his immigration veto, in an apparent allusion to a terrorist attack.

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