Question: Which organization is responsible for confirming the President's choice of a federal judge?
The U.S. Constitution in Article II Section 2 gives the President the power to appoint, among other offices, U.S. Federal and Supreme Court Judges. But, the Constitution also says the President requires the "advice and consent" of the U.S. Senate for judicial appointments. So, the Senate is the part of our government that confirms the President's nominations for Federal Judge posts. The Constitution, in Article III also says Federal Judge are appointed for life.
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