Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden is reportedly considering former Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland for the position of Attorney general, in the event he is sworn in as president in January.
While the election is still hotly-contested by President Donald Trump, whose attorneys are preparing for the legal battle of the century alleging widespread election fraud, Biden has embraced being named president-elect by the establishment media.
Biden’s team is reportedly hard at work choosing cabinet members and making other moves in preparation for a transition to the White House.
Merrick Garland, a federal appeals court judge and onetime Supreme Court nominee, is being considered as a candidate for attorney general in the incoming Biden administration, NPR has learned. https://t.co/MvoK0McsfU
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