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President Donald Trump is reportedly considering Neomi Rao, administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA), for a seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.
The seat in question was vacated following Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Axios reports that former White House counsel Don McGahn took up Rao’s cause and urged the president to appoint her to the federal bench as he left the administration. Trump met with Rao about the vacancy in recent days, though it’s unclear if he is favorably disposed toward selecting her.
The article goes on to state the following:
Rao is a stalwart of the conservative legal establishment. She was a staffer on the Senate Judiciary Committee and worked in the George W. Bush White House before joining the faculty of George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School — known for its libertarian streak — where she was founding director of the Center for the Study of the Administrative State.
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— Cheryl Bolen (@cherylbolen) October 28, 2018
— Judicial Network (@judicialnetwork) October 29, 2018
Who is @Neomi_Rao who is believed to be a frontrunner for @realDonaldTrump to pick as the Brett Kavanaugh replacement on the very powerful DC Circuit Court? A Republican born to Parsi physician parents of Indian origin. Her @Wikipedia profile here: https://t.co/cKfuxqrfPS pic.twitter.com/V6Q5Ao7HiA
— Raju Narisetti (@raju) October 28, 2018
— One America News (@OANN) October 29, 2018
Axios reported yesterday that Trump interviewed Neomi Rao for Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s old seat on the DC Circuit: https://t.co/3kH3HOOjwB Our earlier story IDing Rao as one of the top contenders: https://t.co/qVw6mTXgXm
— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) October 29, 2018
President Trump has interviewed Office of Management and Budget official Neomi Rao to replace Brett Kavanaugh on the D.C. circuit court, often considered the second-most powerful court in the country. https://t.co/i8wGbcjSwt
— Axios (@axios) October 29, 2018
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