President Donald Trump Saturday named his nominee to the Supreme court in Amy Coney Barrett. Coney Barrett was one of the finalists the last time President Trump had the opportunity to nominate someone to the nations highest court. Barrett, if approved by the senate, would fill the supreme court seat vacated with the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg two weeks ago. Barrett is a former clerk of the late supreme court justice Antonin Scalia. She is 48 years old and known as a devout catholic with a strong right wing pattern in her court decisions. Senate Judiciary chair Lindsey Grahm says her committee hearing could take place as early as Thursday this week.