US Supreme Court justices don’t vote for high-profile cases

(CNN) — President Donald Trump won’t be the most visible presence in the US Supreme Court on Tuesday.

Dozens of abortion opponents are also expected to show up to speak out on behalf of their cause, hoping to send a signal that their fight is still going strong nearly 25 years after the high court made it legal to end a pregnancy.

It’s the latest in a series of demonstrations outside the Supreme Court each session. The law does not allow abortion in the Supreme Court.

Trump is no stranger to the Senate floor, where he was often cited in speeches by Democrats about the nomination process for his Supreme Court pick last year. And he is hoping to further set the political tone this week at the annual March for Life, which typically draws tens of thousands of people to the capital.

On Friday, Trump is set to issue proclamations declaring Mar-a-Lago his official residence and (annual) National Holocaust Memorial Day, the White House said.

On Monday, he is scheduled to meet with his Japanese counterpart, Shinzo Abe, at his Florida resort.


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