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Gorsuch, Kavanaugh 'didn't really tip' Supreme Court balance, Trump advisers say in new book

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Because both Gorsuch and Kavanaugh replaced Republican-appointed justices, David Bossie and Cory Lewandowski say, a second Trump term in which he may have the chance to replace Democrat-appointed justices could be more impactful.
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