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How will President Trump’s court overhaul impact future landmark cases?

Since entering office, President Donald Trump has appointed more than 100 conservative judges to federal courts, including two Supreme Court Justices. He has already surpassed President Obama’s appointments, who had 86 after two terms, which did not include his pick for Supreme Court. Michael Waldman, the President of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law, explains why President Trump’s nominees are being confirmed.

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President Trump has only been in office for two and a half years, but he's quickly securing a legal legacy that will last for decades. President Trump has appointed more than 100 conservative judges to federal courts. What impact will this have on the future of the American justice system? Soledad sits down with Michael Waldman, president of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University.