Former Vice President Joe Biden is promising to unveil his position on packing the Supreme Court if the GOP confirms Amy Coney Barrett.
The Democrat nominee, who has refused to take a position on court packing since Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed last month, was asked during an ABC town hall whether he would support the initiative if elected in November. Biden began his response by asserting there were other ways to change the makeup of the Court without adding new justices, but conceded that he was not in favor of court packing, as it was likely to lead to a situation where both parties expand the court at every opportunity.
“I have not been a fan of court packing because then it just generates a [scenario] where whoever wins, it just keeps moving in a way which is going to be unmanageable,” the former vice president said.
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