Chief Justice John Roberts defends independence of judiciary

He said there are not "Obama or Trump judges," only "judges doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing before them."
0:49 | 11/21/18

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Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts today defending the independence and integrity of the High Court Roberts released a statement that said quote. We do not have Obama judges or trial judges are bush and judges are Clinton judges. What we half is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges. Doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing before them. That independent judiciary. Is something that we should all be thankful for. Robert's comments came after president trump called a district court in San Francisco a quote. Obama has district court justice rather in central and San Francisco Bay Obama judge a late this evening. The president responded the Chief Justice saying Obama appointed judges have. Much different points of view.

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