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- Alito asked if he could still dine with him and the other judges.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito avoided questions about the current status among judges while avoiding questions about SCOTUS’s status in public this week.
“I personally think it will be really helpful for all of us to hear how well everyone is doing during these very difficult times.” The person asked according to the post.
Alito said to himself that he “will not be discussing” this topic in a “given all circumstances” session.
“Now the court has a meeting this morning,” Alito said, according to the Post. “We’re working.” “We are taking new cases and we are approaching the end of our term. This is always an exciting time for us to comment.”
“So that’s where we are,” he said.
On May 2nd, Justice SCOTUS announced the landmark 1973 Roe v. They met in private for the first time on Thursday after a majority draft opinion that would override Wade’s ruling was exposed. In the draft comment, Alito wrote that “Roe was seriously wrong from the start” and “when paying attention to the constitution” and “returning the matter”
Insider reported Wednesday that Chief Justice John Roberts is likely to oppose a complete overturn of the Roe v. Wade ruling, and conservative justices are working to make a more moderate decision.