Joe Biden Won’t Study Court Packing

Joe Biden Won’t Study Court Packing

Washington: Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will not rule out studying as part of a commission other than members in the US Supreme Court if he plans to name the court reforms to see if elected. During an interview with CBS’s “60 Minutes” recorded on Monday but not yet aired, Biden was asked by anchor Nora O’Donnell whether the commission would study whether to pack the court. Biden says the commission’s charge would be “good beyond packing.” Biden said last week he was “not a fan” of the idea of ​​adding justices to the court to balance it ideologically. He said he would answer the question of whether he planned to support it before the final presidential debate in Nashville, Tennessee, on Thursday.
Biden will support court-packing ahead of the election on November 18, with the Judiciary Committee hearing on Justice Ruth Beder Ginsburg’s September 18 death and President Donald Trump’s nominee Amy Connie Barrett stepping up the Republican-controlled Senate’s move Has emerged since.

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