Which of these three men could end up on the Supreme Court?
President-elect Donald Trump on Friday said he was willing to nominate three more Supreme Court justices to fill vacancies left by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.
“I am willing to consider the nomination of three more to fill the vacancy that has been left by Scalia’s death,” Trump said in a news conference with Vice President-Elect Mike Pence.
Trump’s announcement followed the news that two of the justices on the court have already been confirmed.
Justice Elena Kagan is the second woman to be confirmed for the high court.
She was confirmed in November.
The other, Justice Sonia Sotomayor, has also been confirmed in recent weeks.
Justice Clarence Thomas, who has served on the bench for 19 years, is the only current justice to be a woman.
Thomas was nominated to the court in 1988 and was confirmed to the bench in 1995.