In 2007, approximately 18 months before President George W. Bush left office, Senator Chuck Schumer, Democrat – New York., said the Senate “should not confirm any Bush nominee to the Supreme Court except in extraordinary circumstances.” Today, he’s singing a different tune. Watch the video.
Rather than confirming President George H.W. Bush’s picks for federal judgeships, The New York Times from Sept. 1, 1992 reports, Senate Democrats delayed nominees “to preserve the vacancies for [Arkansas] Gov. Bill Clinton to fill if he is elected president.”