WATCH: Students Hate Trump's SCOTUS Pick... Before He Made ItCabot Phillips
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This month, Justice Anthony Kennedy announced he would be retiring from the Supreme Court of the United States, giving President Trump an opportunity to nominate a potential replacement.
Instantly, Trumpís political opponents began questioning the credentials of those who were thought to be on his shortlist for the position.
"I saw the new nominee is like racist, and he's starting a new wave of something very negative..."
The same sentiment was seen on social media from pundits and members of Congress alike -- but what would college students have to say about the matter? Did they have substantive reasons for not trusting the potential replacement, or were they simply set on opposing any Trump nominee?