President Trump is set to announce his Supreme Court pick to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Saturday at the White House. The President has said he will be nominating a woman to the high court and has narrowed his choice down to five potential nominees. Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) joins The 'Rundown' to discuss the President's SCOTUS nominee. He tells us if there's any chance of a COVID relief package being ready by the election and weighs in on the likelihood that President Trump will carry Florida in November.
Concerns over mail-in ballots and voting security have many predicting drawn-out legal fights and a contested election this November. But deciding the winner of a Presidential election isn't always easy. In 1800, the race between President John Adams and his opponent, Thomas Jefferson, ended in a tie that was eventually broken by the House of Representatives. Edward J. Larson, Professor of law and history at Pepperdine University, discusses the story behind the election of 1800 and how those contentious political times compare to today.
Plus, commentary by Democratic Strategist Leslie Marshall.