This Is How U.S. Supreme Court Justices Are Confirmed

The U.S. Constitution establishes just one requirement for the job of Supreme Court justice: “good Behaviour.” It specifies that members of the country’s top judicial body are nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate. The details were left to lawmakers to work out — or fight over, as they have pointedly in recent years as conservatives and liberals have battled for dominance in the court. The current rules give Republican President Donald Trump a shot at replacing liberal Justice