>> So historic are moment has now occurred at the Rose Garden, the president nominating Amy Coney Barrett to be next Supreme Court justice. And I want to bring in our reporter Ariane de Vogue. We heard the president say that she will decide cases based on the Constitution as written. And then judge Amy Coney Barrett said that she will — the law must be applied as written. So explain to our viewers what is behind those specific words, where she is coming from and what we would anticipate if she does become a justice on the supreme over the next 30 or 40 years.
>> Absolutely. And while we are — [Undiscernable]
>> I want you to stand by, we can barely what you are saying because of the crowd behind you. So standing by for a moment. And explain the legal consequences of what we heard from the president and from the Supreme Court nominee?
>> Reporter: We’ll see them right away. And I want to mention, you referred to the fact that you were in the rose garden in June of 1993 when RBG was unveiled by Bill Clinton and I was right next to you. It has been quite a 27-year run.