In an interview with Fox News' Brit Hume last week, former House speaker John Boehner said the next Supreme Court nominee should be the No. 1 priority for voters.
"This is the strongest argument I can make" for Pat Toomey's re-election, McCain said, and that is "so we can make sure there is not three places on the United States Supreme Court that will change this country for decades".
"I promise you that we will be united against any Supreme Court nominee that Hillary Clinton, if she were president, would put up".
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After refusing to fulfill their duties and obstructing the sitting president's Supreme Court nominee for almost a year, it seems that Republicans are getting ready to say that Clinton won't be allowed to fill the vacancy even if she does win in November. The last time the American people spoke, they elected a Republican majority to the Senate to act as a "check and balance" on President Obama's liberal agenda - a responsibility I can not ignore.
The Supreme Court has been operating with eight members since Justice Antonin Scalia died in February. Republicans have refused to fill the opening for months, arguing it should be left up to the next president. Should the Democrats regain the majority this fall, they could further amend the rules to include Supreme Court. Every single Senate seat that Democrats pick up above the four that they need to take back the majority will bring them closer to getting nominees and legislation through the Senate.
"Senator McCain believes you can only judge people by their record and Hillary Clinton has a clear record of supporting liberal judicial nominees", communications director Rachael Dean told Talking Points Memo. That being said, Sen.
John McCain (R-Ariz.) said Monday that Senate Republicans would block any Clinton nominee.