‘To get her out of the White House,’ Cruz Speculates On Joe Biden’s Decision To Nominate Kamala Harris To The Supreme Court

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Senator Ted Cruz of Texas speculates that Vice President Joe Biden may nominate Kamala Harris to the United States Supreme Court. Cruz and the creators of the podcast “Verdict” discussed liberal Justice Stephen Breyer’s decision to depart the bench after his term during an interview with Michael Knowles. “Look, the Democratic Party is quite concerned about Hillary as the projected successor to Joe Biden because her political negatives are so severe,” Cruz stated on the show. “I believe they will nominate Kamala to the court in part because they loathe her, and one of the benefits of doing so will be the ability to remove her from the White House,” he continued.

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Breyer notified Biden last week of his intent to resign from the Supreme Court at the end of the current term. In a letter dated Jan. 27, Breyer stated that he wanted to have a replacement in place before retiring. “I am writing to inform you that I have decided to retire from regular active judicial service as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court and to serve under the provisions of 28 U.S.C. 371(b),” Breyer wrote, referring to the statute that governs retired justices and their ability to receive a salary. On Thursday afternoon, Biden spoke from the White House, thanking Breyer and complimenting him as an “exemplary judge” before addressing the topic of his replacement.

“I believe that appointing someone to the Supreme Court is one of the most important constitutional tasks a president has,” Biden said, adding that his “process will be rigorous.” Biden went on to say that he had studied numerous prospective candidates and reiterated his campaign promise to choose a Black woman. The White House has confirmed to USA Today that US District Court Judge J. Michelle Childs is on Biden’s shortlist of contenders to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer. “Judge J. Michelle Childs has presided over the US District Court for the District of South Carolina since 2010. “Childs is endorsed by House Majority Whip James Clyburn, D-South Carolina, a Biden administration ally,” according to the website.

“, Biden, who was nominated earlier this month to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, is the first candidate the White House has publicly confirmed. The Washington Post reported on her Supreme Court candidacy just days before she was scheduled to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee for her confirmation hearing “as stated in the narrative “Names such as D.C. Circuit Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson and California Supreme Court Associate Justice Leondra Kruger have been swirling about for months.” “The White House is also considering Sherrilyn Ifill, who is stepping down as head of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, and North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls,” according to the story.

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