in the vicinityVideoBiden says he would nominate Obama to the Supreme Court, “if he’ D take you’
2020 White house hopeful Joe Biden said participants at an Iowa campaign event that he would be open for the nomination of the former President Barack Obama to the Supreme Court ‘if he would take it.’
The former Vice-President Joe Biden said he is open to the nomination of the former President Barack Obama to the Supreme court, according to the reports.
“If he would take it, Yes,” Biden, who is leading national polls for the democratic presidential nomination, answers a supporter at a campaign event in Washington, Iowa, over the weekend, The New York Times reported.
The hill reported that only one President in the history of the United States ever served on the Supreme Court: William Howard Taft. Taft was President from 1909 to 1913 and he was chief justice from 1921 to 1930.
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Obama has never publicly expressed interest in the role, but he was known for his biography in the world of law, before he was President in the year 2008.
At Harvard Law School, he was the first black American President of the Harvard Law Review in 1990.
He also worked as a civil rights lawyer and taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago before he entered politics.
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While Biden benefits from a strong national leadership and the status of the alleged leader of a poor showing in Iowa, could damage the stand, and which in turn lead to the support leaking to the other candidates.