In the Deep South, Catholics split over Trump's court pick

Jackson (United States) (AFP) – Some appreciate her devout faith. Others think her nomination should wait until after the presidential election. Outside a church after Sunday mass in the deep south state of Mississippi, US Catholics were split on President Donald Trump’s choice of Amy Coney Barrett for the US Supreme Court. Country-wide, religious conservatives have roundly welcomed the choice of Barrett, who says her Catholic faith guides her approach to the law, to replace strident progressive Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the high court.Hoping it will aid his reelection, Trump wants the Senate to …

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