On Wednesday, Donald Trump revealed the list that he would choose from in nominating the next Supreme Court justice when a vacancy comes up under a Trump presidency.
The goal was to put principled constitutional conservative minds at ease by making the case that he would be preferable to Hillary in the general election, who would no doubt appoint far-left nominees for confirmation.
But in a preview of an interview the bloviating billionaire and reality TV actor has scheduled for Wednesday with Sean Hannity, the man who recently said that all of his policy positions were simply “suggestions,” waffled as to whether the list is a firm one and seemed to add credence to the fear that it is simply for show like so much of what the New York liberal spews.
Besides that, there was an outrageous question to Trump from Hannity, who continues his charade of desperately trying to spin Trump into something he’s not, the language Trump uses is very telling. Hannity — no it’s not a joke — tries to paint Trump as a “constitutionalist!”
But that’s another topic. Watch as Trump uses phrases like “most likely from this list” and then “general realm.”
“We are going to choose from — most likely — from this list, but at a minimum, we will keep people within this general realm.”
“Most likely” and “general realm” doesn’t sound like this is even a specific list to me, but I’m assuming words still have meaning, and apparently they don’t when referring to Donald Trump. I must note that his body language when making the above waffle is also a bit odd, as his head snaps away from Hannity in order to avoid eye contact.