Trump observed from gorsuch Supreme court ceremony

President Donald Trump paid a brief visit on Thursday to the Supreme court, where he had a front-row seat, but get no formal role in a courtroom ceremony in honor of his high court and the newest justice, Neil from gorsuch.

The President and the first lady, Melania Trump also paid a brief social call on the judge, shaken hands, and for photos poses, according to court spokeswoman Kathy Hammarberg.

But there is no talk of Trump was apparently the travel ban, in the Wake of his administration, asks the court immediately after it was blocked by lower courts.

During the dispute on the travel ban and other controversies have cooked, while trump won the first few months in office, his choice of the 49-year-old from gorsuch for the Supreme court, widespread praise in the legal community as well as the unanimous Republican support in the Senate.

Chief Justice John Roberts gave the trump card of “welcome” at the start of the 10-minute session.

The courtroom was full, with from gorsuch, the friends and family, as well as Trump-administration officials, senators, former senior members of the government, and the 97-year-old retired justice John Paul Stevens.

Before Melania Trump’s appearance, Nancy Reagan, the last, the first lady was to visit, what was said by the court calls for a investiture of a new justice, Hammarberg. Reagan attended the ceremonial swearing-in for justice Sandra day O’connor, in 1981, the first woman on the court.

From gorsuch, the court repeated judicial oath, he took first in April, where he, God great emphasis on its last line, “So help me.”

He has already issued its first opinion on Monday.

The investiture ceremony is usually done before a new justice of the first day on the bench, but from gorsuch was confirmed and sworn in on a tight schedule.

He filled the space that had been held for almost 30 years, from Antonin Scalia, who died in February 2016. The high court seat has been vacant for almost 14 months, after Senate Republicans refused to take up President Barack Obama’s nomination of judge Merrick Garland.

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