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Chief Justice Roberts says Supreme Court’s partisan

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U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts said Tuesday that the judges of the Supreme court are not followed court the by the policy, despite the currently tense political climate.

“If you live in a polarized political environment, people tend to be anything in the terms,” he York synagogue Temple Emanuel Streicker told the audience at the New, according to Reuters. “That’s not how we claim to the court of justice function and the results in our cases, something else.”

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The courts have criticised have been President of the Trump judgments against some of his measures, and Democrats have complained about the Supreme court is always conservative.

“The Supreme court is not good. And the people know it,” a letter written last August by a handful of Democratic senators said, in relation to a firearms case. Roberts trump in November, when he complained about a decision of an “Obama judge,” according to Reuters.

“A lot of criticism based on a misunderstanding of the court,” he said.

He pointed out that of the 19 5-4 Supreme Court decisions of the last term, seven were split along ideological lines, according to Reuters.

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Roberts is considered a moderate conservative who was appointed by George W. Bush in 2005.

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