Judicial nominee Wendy Vitter fell into a well-trodden trap on Wednesday when a U.S. senator asked if she believed that the landmark desegregation ruling Brown v. Board of Education was correctly decided.

“I don’t mean to be coy,” said Vitter, nominated by President Donald Trump for a seat on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. “But I think I can get into a difficult, difficult area when I start commenting on Supreme Court decisions—which are correctly decided and which I may disagree with.”

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