Monday, January 09, 2006
Alito, who at the time was U.S. attorney for New Jersey, was interviewed by NJN News senior political correspondent Michael Aron.
In the interview, Alito says Robert Bork was one of the most competent Supreme Court nominees of the century, with an "unequaled intellect" and understanding of constitutional history. He says Bork was "unjustifiably rejected." Alito also says his boss at the time, Attorney General Edwin Meese was "extremely capable" and a "nice human being."
Source: Washington Post/Newsweek Interactive.
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