Trump's Sister, 'High' on Hardiman for SCOTUS, Doesn't Always Agree With Him

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Donald Trump's sister, federal appeals Judge Maryanne Trump Barry, might be "high" on her colleague Thomas Hardiman as a potential U.S. Supreme Court justice. But Barry and Hardiman are hardly ideological soulmates. By no means an exhaustive search, here are some highlights from cases in which Hardiman and Barry found common ground—and from those disputes where they didn't see eye to eye.

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    So, if Hardiman is picked, it means Trump is relying on his family, and soon, the Department of Justice, to pick the judges that will rule on the - wait - decisions of his family and Department of Justice?? Nice!

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