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Brett Kavanaugh is now Justice Kavanaugh. He has been nominated, confirmed and — in a private ceremony on Saturday conducted by Chief Justice John Roberts and the retired Justice Anthony Kennedy — sworn in. There is nothing left to do. So why is he scheduled to be at the White House on Monday evening for a public ceremony, one that President Trump has inaccurately called a “swearing-in ceremony”?
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Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump, White House, Supreme Court, Ceremony
Administrative Law | Constitutional Law | Law | Supreme Court of the United States
Herz, Michael, "Why Kavanaugh Should Not Attend the White House Ceremony" (2018). Online Publications. 56.