'This Week': Powerhouse Puzzler

The 'This Week' powerhouse roundtable takes our political trivia challenge.
1:36 | 04/20/14

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Next George Stephanopoulos and former Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens and justice Siemens also has our power house puzzler this week. Take a look. What four words are written above the main entrance to the Supreme Court -- -- got eleven thank you Justice Stevens back in just two minutes to see if the roundtable and you. Guess the answer. So what four words are written above the main entrance to the Supreme Court. Building Bill Kristol. Equal justice under law who could then how could continue. That justice above the law I'm pretty sure this is right. I tried I was -- -- you know who we should ask let's ask justice stevens' opinion. The answer is equal justice under law those words are often thought of as just portraying. The duty of the judicial system to provide equal justice. But in fact the words describe the government's duty can govern impartially. To treat everyone under the law and equally which applies to legislatures executives and -- government personnel. And the winners are our news -- -- way to -- out. And -- have guessed he'd be quizzed by a former justice on Supreme Court trivia.

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