By Nancy Thorner -
An Editorial in “New York Sun” on February 8, 2017, had this to say about the Gorsuch gaffe:
Talk about disheartening. That’s the word President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, is using to describe President Trump’s remarks in respect of the riders of the 9th United States Circuit Court of Appeals. The president is upset at their politicking over his order to tighten up on immigration. Is the president’s pique so disheartening? Not to us. What’s so disheartening is to see such a promising nominee to the high court lose his bearings in a storm. (Bold type added)
The commentary goes on to muse that Judge Gorsuch's complaint to President Trump to Senator Richard Blumenthal, whose authenticity was documented by other senators, "was a gaffe that will be seen as a failure to keep himself disentangled from political questions."
As expressed in the “The New York Sun” commentary: