- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 12, 2019

The confirmation hearings of Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh drew saturation news coverage and prompted wild speculation from the press six months ago. A new book is on the way that could set the record straight and clarify the greater legal and cultural implications, according to Regnery Publishing.

Federalist senior editor Mollie Hemingway and Judicial Crisis Network chief counsel and policy director Carrie Severino are collaborating on “Justice on Trial,” a book due in July. It is likely to be released a year to the day after President Trump announced then-Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination to the nation’s highest court.

“In this definitive deep dive of the Kavanaugh hearings, Hemingway and Severino will break down the controversial Supreme Court confirmation and discuss how that process affects future Supreme Court nominations. The two female conservative media stars will also explore what the Kavanaugh confirmation reveals about the rule of law and the greater battle for the soul of America,” Regnery advises in advance notes.

Importantly, the publisher says the two authors “have obtained exclusive and unparalleled access to those closely involved with the confirmation process.”

Ms. Hemingway is a Fox News contributor and a journalism fellow at Hillsdale College. A Harvard law school grad who clerked for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas,  Ms. Severino has testified before Congress on constitutional issues, lent expertise to MSNBC, FOX, CNN, C-SPAN, and ABC and regularly files briefs in high-profile Supreme Court cases.



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