Donald Trump’s Supreme Court moves exercise into raw political power


Biden urged the Senate legislature to vote on the appointment of the Supreme Court only after the election


The hopeful US President Joe Biden called on the Senate legislators on Sunday not to vote on the position at the Supreme Court vacated by Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death until after the November elections.

President Donald Trump’s efforts to quickly replace Ginsburg have been an exercise in “raw political power,” Biden said in a speech in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The prospect of Senate confirmation on a Trump candidate ahead of the Nov. 3 election has sparked an angry backlash from Democrats, who are desperate to prevent Trump from moving the court permanently to the right.

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