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What Justice Kennedy’s retirement means for key court decisions: 'Anything is possible'

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Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd and SCOTUSblog.com founder Tom Goldstein and join TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie and Willie Geist to discuss the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, who was often a swing vote. As the Senate braces for a contentious political battle over President Trump’s pick to replace Kennedy, Todd says the next three months “are going to be extraordinarily ugly.”