Us Government

a)What body has the power to accept or reject a president's nominations to the Supreme Court?

b)What margins is required to elevate a president's nominee to a seat on the Court

c) Where in the COnstituition are judicial nominations described?

a)Would it be the Senate
b)2/3's vote (I'm not completely sure)
c) Article 2 section2

Are these correct?


Correct, correct, incorrect. Try article I, section 2. Read it.


What body has the power to accept or reject a president's nominations to the supreme Court

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  1. senate

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  2. C. judicial nominations are described in Article II, Section 2, Clause 2, to be EXACT

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    posted by Hello
  4. ayy lmao

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  5. hitler was a black man, and the white devil wants to keep us decent black folk from realizing our destiny in the stars

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