President-elect Donald Trump has been busy since Election Day carefully choosing members who will fill his cabinet. But in the midst of the rush to staff his administration, Trump took time for advice from Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano. The judge outlined desirable qualities for a potential nominee who could fill an empty Supreme Court seat vacated by Justice Antonin Scalia who died in February.
The judge advised the president-elect on how to scope out the best candidates based on intellectual, ideological, and temperamental qualities.
“He was interested in a broad range of ideas and attitudes about the type of person who would best fill Justice Scalia’s seat,” Napolitano told the FOX Business Network’s Stuart Varney.
Though Napolitano’s focus was on advice concerning the next Supreme Court appointment, he said his conversation with Trump also included discussion about the Dow Jones Industrial Average nearing the 20000 milestone.