President Donald Trump’s White House may be leakier than many of his predecessors’, but its best-kept secrets have involved who is nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court and how they got there. In his new book, “A Republic, If You Can Keep It,” Justice Neil Gorsuch takes readers behind the scenes of his own selection and confirmation.

Gorsuch retraces his steps from Colorado to the Lincoln Bedroom as he prepared to introduce himself to the country—including how he evaded the news media’s watchful gaze. In an interview on his 52nd birthday, he told The National Law Journal that this was a book born of his experience in the U.S. Senate confirmation process.

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