BREAKING: Trump Releases List Of Potential Supreme Court Justices

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump hasn't released his choice for running mate yet, but he did just reveal 11 potential supreme court justices he would considering choosing from to fill Antonin Scalia's seat.

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According to the Associated Press, here's the list:

  • Steven Colloton of Iowa — a U.S. Court of Appeals federal judge appointed by President George W. Bush
  • Allison Eid of Colorado — a Colorado Supreme Court justice appointed by Bush
  • Raymond Gruender of Missouri — a U.S. Court of Appeals federal judge nominated by Bush
  • Thomas Hardiman of Pennsylvania — a U.S. Court of Appeals federal judge appointed by Bush
  • Raymond Kethledge of Michigan — a U.S. Court of Appeals federal judge appointed by Bush
  • Joan Larsen of Michigan — a Michigan Supreme Court justice appointed by Republican Gov. Rick Snyder
  • Thomas Lee of Utah — a Utah Supreme Court justice nominated by Republican Gov. Gary Herbert
  • William Pryor of Alabama — a U.S. Court of Appeals federal judge appointed by Bush
  • David Stras of Minnesota — a Minnesota Supreme Court associate justice appointed by Republican Gov. Tim Pawlenty
  • Diane Sykes of Wisconsin — a U.S. Court of Appeals federal judge appointed by Bush
  • Don Willett of Texas — a Supreme Court of Texas justice appointed by Republican Gov. Rick Perry

Absent from the list is Ted Cruz, who some supporters was hoping would be selected for a top court seat after he lost to Trump in the nomination race.

But how definite are these choices?

Trump said the list was a good example of candidates that have the values he's looking for, and he would certainly use it as a guide.

Who would you like to see on the list?