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Hillary Clinton: Hillary Clinton on the Supreme Court?


U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton tries maple taffy following a family photo at the G-8 Foreign Ministers meeting in Gatineau, Canada, Tuesday March 30, 2010. At right is Japan's Foreign Minister, Katsuya Okada. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Adrian Wyld)

Hillary Clinton, the former first lady and NY senator and current Secretary of State to President Barack Obama, was named  a possible Supreme Court nominee by Utah’s Sen. Orrin Hatch while appearing on NBC’s Today Show.


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Clinton’s first opportunity to take one of the Court’s nine seats would presumably come with the retiring of Justice John Paul Stevens.

“I happen to like Hillary Clinton, I think she’s done a good job for the Democrats,” Hatch said, “and I have high respect for her, and think a great deal of her.”

Other potential candidates for the seat include Federal Judge Merrick Garland, Federal Appellate Judge Diane Wood and Solicitor General Elena Kagan.

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