Gorsuch takes constitutional oath to become Supreme Court justice
April 10, 2017
Colorado appeals court judge Neil M. Gorsuch took his constitutional oath to be the Supreme Court’s 113th justice Monday morning, and will appear later at a Rose Garden ceremony with the man who nominated him, President Trump.
At the first, private event in a grand room inside the Supreme Court, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. administered the oath that all federal employees take. All eight justices and most of their spouses were on hand, as well as Maureen Scalia and Eugene Scalia, the widow and son of the justice Gorsuch is replacing, Antonin Scalia.
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