The judge is not a partisan appointee, but a partisan appointed judge, a former U.S. Supreme Court Justice who is appointed by a president with a record of partisan appointments.
A Democratic president appoints judges who agree with his political ideology.
A Republican president appointees judges who disagree with his partisan ideology.
It’s called a partisan nomination and it’s something you don’t see in courtrooms across the country.
But this judge is different.
He is the president’s political appointee and he is an appointee appointed by Trump, the Republican Party’s standard bearer.
Trump has appointed at least seven partisan appointees since assuming the White House.
They are the judges appointed by Republican presidents since Richard Nixon.
They include three former U,S.
senators and three members of Congress who have served as Republicans in the House and Senate.
But the judge in question, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, is different in that he is a judge appointed by the Republican president who has a record on the Supreme Court of having appointed two partisan appointors, Judge James Boasberg and Judge Michael Garcia.
The Senate confirmed Kavanaugh as a federal judge to the U.