- Biden to GOP senators: Stand down on Ginsburg replacement
- Battle over Ginsburg replacement could redefine presidential election
- Hypocritical McConnell vows to let Trump select Ginsburg’s replacement on Supreme Court
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg, liberal Supreme Court icon, dies of cancer at age 87
- Biden calls Trump ‘criminal’ for his ‘totally irresponsible ‘handling of pandemic
The Democratic presidential nominee says whoever is elected president on Nov. 3 should nominate the new justice and slams McConnell for ignoring his decision in 2016 to not have a vote on a new nominee in a presidential election year.
A chance to give the Supreme Court a clear right-wing tilt could breathe new life into Donald Trump’s struggling campaign or it could further sink him into the toxic swamp that has threatened his re-election chances against Joe Biden.
In 2016, with 10 months to go when Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died, McConnell refused to schedule a vote on any nominee by then-president Barack Obama.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who refused to allow president Barack Obama to select a replacement justice after Justice Antonin Scalia’s death 10 months before the election in 2016, says he will move quickly to let Trump pick a new conservative judge just six weeks before the Nov. 3 election, setting off a sure firestorm in the campaign’s final days.
The Democratic presidential contender promises to “fact check” the president during their debates.
Latino men seem to accept Trump’s claimed embrace of religious positions they support even if critics say the support is among his many lies.
Recordings of his conversations with reporter and author Bob Woodward reveal Trump knows the fatal threat of the COVID-19 coronavirus, but he doesn’t care how many people get sick and die.