Rubio: Nothing in the Constitution that Says the Senate Must Confirm SCOTUS Pick

‘Bottom line, there will be someone filling that vacancy, and I think the new president should be the one who fills that’

RUBIO: "There’s nothing in the Constitution that says he can’t nominate someone. There’s also not something that says the Senate must immediately confirm them. Bottom line, there will be someone filling that vacancy, and I think the new president should be the one who fills that."

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