Democratic Delaware senator says he is open to expanding Supreme Court

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Kons drew attention with the Supreme Court for drawing attention to Biden’s intentions, when Biden said whether he would be in favor of allowing more than nine judges in the High Court.

“[Republicans are] To bring someone to court only a week after the election, we need to focus on that, to remove significant health care protections from the majority of Americans, ”said Conce. “And then if we happen to be in a pattern of fact where we have a chairman, Biden, who needs to see the right steps to rebalance our federal judiciary.”

The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to vote on Barrett’s nomination this week, with full chamber likely to be confirmed before Election Day.

Biden spent weeks avoiding answering questions about whether he would support the expanded court. During a town hall on Thursday, Biden said he would leave the door open for the possibility.