Jeb Bush Equivocates on Choice of Roberts as Chief JusticeMadeline McMahon
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts “did not have a proven, extensive record” of conservatism, Jeb Bush says at CNN’s Republican presidential debate, while also saying the jurist appointed by his brother “has made some really good decisions.”
- As president, Bush says he would focus on picking Supreme Courst justice who “has a longstanding set of rulings that consistently makes it clear that he’s focused on upholding the Constitution”
- NOTE: President George W. Bush’s choice of Roberts has been attacked by Ted Cruz, another GOP presidential contender, in wake of decisions by chief justice that helped uphold Obamacare
- Jeb Bush notes that at time of Roberts pick, Cruz backed it
- Cruz says: “That was a mistake and I regret that”
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