US Elections : Trump vs Biden on Supreme Court Judge Post


The atmosphere in the US election is further heated by President Trump’s resolve to nominate a female candidate to the post vacated by the death of Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsberg. While the President is busy mobilizing his supporters on this issue, the Democrat leaders have demanded a referendum on the health issue in the US with a confrontation on this issue.

This will now be the final contest between Trump and the Democrats regarding this appointment to the US Supreme Court seat. In fact, if Trump appoints a new appointment, then Democratic leaders will open many layers of President in the US elections, but if not, Trump himself will be cornered.

As such, Democrat candidate Joe Biden has pledged to focus his entire election campaign on health and unemployment issues in the United States while waiting for Trump’s decision on the new appointment. However, even the liberal Republican senators are not in favor of Trump’s resolution on appointment to the Supreme Court. These include leaders such as Senator Lamar Alexander.

Democratic candidate Joe Biden says the issue of choosing Ginsburg’s successor should be left to the new president, while Republican Party leader Mick McConnell says the House will support anyone nominated by the president. To this, Biden said that there is a plan to appoint President Trump in the Supreme Court before the election, which is clearly an abuse of power.

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