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“Like Joe Biden, I don’t like expanding the stadium, but we have a few weeks here to see if four Republicans will retreat from this cliff,” Kuhns told CNN Jack TaperRepublican Congressman Jacob (Jack) Paul Tapper (Jacob Paul J. About the “State of the Union Address.”
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Kuhns focused his attention on Biden’s intentions to the Supreme Court, which was a kind of interference. When asked whether Biden agreed to allow more than nine justices in the High Court, he echoed Biden’s views.
“[Republicans are] This is done to bring someone to court in time to deprive most Americans of important health care protection within a week after the election. We need to pay attention to this. “Then, if we happen to be in fact mode, that is that we have President Biden, he will have to consider the right steps to take to rebalance our federal judiciary. “
The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to vote on Barrett’s nomination this week, and the entire chamber may approve Barrett’s nomination before election day.
Biden spent several weeks avoiding answering questions about whether he would support the expansion of the court. Biden said in the town hall on Thursday that he will open the door.