Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has accused Joe Biden of wanting to pack the courts if elected to office. During a debate with his Democrat challenger Amy McGrath Monday, he said Biden won’t answer questions regarding whether he will pack the court because he will and wants to hide his motives from voters.
OAN’S Christina Bobb discusses what we can learn from President Trump’s recovery and Joe Biden’s dependence on global support.
On Friday, Joe Biden was asked, yet again, if he would inform voters on whether or not he is planning to add justices to the Supreme Court. He dodged the question, prompting concern and frustration over his campaign’s lack of transparency.
According to a statement from the Commission on Presidential Debates, the second debate has been officially cancelled. Officials reportedly came to the decision after 48 hours of negotiations with both campaigns, during which they were allegedly unable to find common ground on how the debate would take place.
President Trump has called on Attorney General William Barr to speed-up the Justice Department’s investigation into the origins of the Russia probe.
Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden said he will not reveal his position on “packing” the Supreme Court until after the elections. While speaking to reporters in Phoenix, Arizona on Thursday, he, once again, dodged questions on the matter.
Both presidential campaigns have agreed to push back their next in-person debate.
Joe Biden has said he will not reveal his position on “packing” the Supreme Court until after November’s election. While speaking to reporters in Phoenix, Arizona on Thursday, Biden once again dodged questions on the matter.
The foreign policy styles of President Trump and Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden are under scrutiny as voters raise concerns about maintaining national security. One America’s Hans Hubbard has that analysis.