Americans remain passionately divided over whether or not Brett Kavanaugh should be nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court. But how is that division affected by partisanship? And how is Kavanaugh's nomination process affecting our trust in the Supreme Court?
MPR senior producer Stephanie Curtis spoke with two legal scholars about the implications of the polarization around Supreme Court nominees.
• Aziz Huq is a professor of law at University of Chicago Law School and author of "How to Save a Constitutional Democracy"
• Laura Underkuffler is a law professor at Cornell Law School
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