nominate, put up, put forward(verb)
propose as a candidate for some honor
digest, abide, evoke, tolerate, put forward, support, house, tin, can, endure, appoint, put up, post, stick out, call down, conjure, make, state, arouse, assert, offer, invoke, propose, conjure up, stomach, erect, raise, stir, provide, call forth, brook, set up, domiciliate, name, suffer, bring up, stand, rear, posit, contribute, constitute, submit, bear
put forward; nominate for appointment to an office or for an honor or position
"The President nominated her as head of the Civil Rights Commission"
name, nominate, make(verb)
charge with a function; charge to be
"She was named Head of the Committee"; "She was made president of the club"
wee-wee, take, hit, bring in, key out, refer, construct, draw, cook, have, piddle, hold, distinguish, piss, constitute, discover, do, reach, earn, make believe, get to, diagnose, shit, defecate, lay down, make water, name, pass water, stimulate, progress to, create, crap, bring up, take a shit, pretend, advert, gain, ready, establish, realize, list, make up, propose, give, attain, pull in, induce, form, pee, make, wee, ca-ca, get, describe, prepare, micturate, identify, take in, score, put forward, build, throw, arrive at, pee-pee, cite, relieve oneself, spend a penny, mention, puddle, take a crap, clear, appoint, produce, put up, call, take a leak, key, cause, urinate, work, fix, realise, stool, seduce
appoint, name, nominate, constitute(verb)
create and charge with a task or function
"nominate a committee"
found, form, put up, list, appoint, identify, represent, be, bring up, mention, name, describe, advert, plant, put forward, comprise, establish, key out, propose, institute, diagnose, call, charge, discover, make up, distinguish, cite, refer, key, make, constitute
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The President should take this opportunity to nominate a DNI in the mold of Dan Coats : someone with a deep knowledge of the intelligence community, respect for the hard work intelligence professionals do to keep us safe, and the independence and integrity to speak truth to power when necessary.
The Supreme Court is not an extension of the White House. The President has absolutely every right to nominate someone to the Supreme Court, but Congress as an equal branch also has every right not to confirm someone.
I think we have a different set of circumstances. We have a President who is very actively running for reelection, he's going to be on the ballot. People are going to be able to render a verdict on him like they couldn't on Obama. My guess is he would absolutely nominate somebody. I would be shocked if he didn't.
It is a president's constitutional right to nominate a Supreme Court justice and it is the Senate's constitutional right to act as a check on a president and withhold its consent.
For more than three decades, Justice Kennedy served with great distinction on the Supreme Court of the United States, i expect the President will soon nominate someone for the Senate to consider. I encourage the President to choose a nominee with the credentials, intellect and commitment to the rule of law necessary to serve on Supreme Court.
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