The U.S. Supreme Court nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on Friday drew wide acclaim for the diversity Jackson will bring to the bench as well as her “brilliant,” “dynamic,” “fair” and “dedicated” approach to judging.

Senate Democratic leaders promised a swift, yet thorough confirmation hearing with a possible confirmation vote before the Senate’s Easter recess. However, some groups on the right signaled their potential opposition by challenging any portrayals of Jackson as “in the mainstream.”

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