(Rancho Mirage, CA) — The White House says a Supreme Court nomination is coming when the Senate comes back to work. White House spokesman Eric Schultz says President Obama will wait until the Senate is back in session to nominate a replacement for the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. The 79-year-old Scalia was found dead of natural causes while on a hunting trip in West Texas Saturday. Senate Republicans have already said they won’t consider a nominee until the next President comes into office.
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