Stephen Colbert has all the earmarks of being getting a charge out of the incongruity of the most recent legitimate curve in a court case including President Donald Trump.
Trump lost when he went to court to attempt to obstruct a House board of trustees from acquiring his monetary records, and his lawyer pledged to engage the D.C. Circuit Court of Bids ― the main judge of which is Merrick Garland, as Colbert pointed out.
Then-President Barack Obama selected Festoon to the Preeminent Court in 2016, yet Republicans, driven by Mitch McConnell, wouldn’t hold a vote to affirm him. Trump assigned Neil Gorsuch for the high court subsequent to winning the 2016 race, and Laurel came back to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
“Brace yourself, Representative McConnell,” Colbert cautioned Tuesday. “Since recompense’s a Mitch.”