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The president may be seeking advice from both parties but he is also said to already be speaking to potential candidates as the White House braces for another battle.
President Obama has been mulling his options today he'll meet with senate leaders as he moves to replace justice John Paul Stevens.
Who just yesterday -- ninety years old.
Seeking their advice.
-- -- -- -- -- Process and procedure on -- that there interest in being the most speculation has centered around White House solicitor general -- cake.
But there's also been talking to someone perceived to be farther to the left -- federal appeals court judge Diane what.
-- somewhat easier to confirm could be DC judge Merrick Garland.
But -- even been talk of secretary of Homeland Security Janet Apollo it's not who spoke to fox just yesterday.
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Pakistan flattered but I'm focused on current job and just not commenting -- But there are few jobs bigger -- the court and it's not just a matter of replacing the left leaning Stevens with another liberal.
He's a real leader was often able to swing others to his side.
The president is also under pressure to name -- outside.
A politician perhaps with more real world experience what.
I -- if not I'm.
I don't want to put an upper limit on the number of people that the president.
Highly qualified individuals the president could consider.
Over the course of this process.
Well there may not be a limit but the president is also said to be working off a list of about ten.
Potential candidates in Washington Doug Luzader Fox News.
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