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Meet the Press Minute: Clarence Thomas believes in ‘judicial restraint,’ says John Danforth in 1991

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Then-Sen. John Danforth (R-Mo.) was Clarence Thomas’ mentor and chief supporter in the Senate, shepherding him through his contentious confirmation process. “I think that Clarence Thomas is going to be a judge who does not try to use the Supreme Court as a way of fostering his own political philosophy,” he said on Meet the Press in 1991.