Trump Nominates Former Clarence Thomas Clerk Who Graduated Law School in 2012 to Lifetime Judgeship

In a Wednesday announcement, President Donald Trump nominated an elite attorney who appears to have worked in private practice for less than a year to a lifetime position on the federal bench.

Kathryn Kimball Mizelle was named as the 45th president’s choice to serve on the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida. Certain aspects of the nominee’s résumé read like a wish list for the Federalist Society and the broader conservative movement. In one odd incident, Trump’s latest judicial nominee told a conservative crowd that she believes “paper money” is unconstitutional.

Mizelle, apparently in her early thirties, currently has a presumably high-paying job at the Jones Day law firm. According to her company
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