Joe Biden and Barack Obama has been the best President-Vice President duo in the history of US politics. They were responsible for implementing some of the crucial policies in American history like Obamacare, Paris Climate Change agreement, Free trade agreement, responding to the great recession, etc. In his recent campaign event in Washington, Iowa, on Saturday, an attendee asked if he would nominate Obama to the Supreme Court if elected to power. In response without any hesitation, Biden replied: “Yes, if he would take it.” Thus making it clear that Biden is open to nominate former Preside Barack Obama to the US Supreme Court.
Biden is thus making it clear that he is open to nominate former Preside Barack Obama to the US Supreme Court. By any chance, if Obama is nominated and gets approved by the Senate, then he would be the only second President ever to be a justice of the Supreme Court. The first and only President was William Howard Taft, who was in power from 1909 to 1913. Later in 1921, then-President Warren Harding appointed Taft as the 10th Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court.
Biden, in an interview with CBS, clarified his view on Trump’s impeachment process. He also posted the same message from his official Twitter handle:
“I want to clarify something I said yesterday. In my 40 years in public life, I have always complied with a lawful order, and in my eight years as VP, my office — unlike Donald Trump and Mike Pence — cooperated with legitimate congressional oversight requests. But I am just not going to pretend that there is any legal basis for Republican subpoenas for my testimony in the impeachment trial. That is the point I was making yesterday, and I reiterate: this impeachment is about Trump’s conduct, not mine. The subpoenas should go to witnesses with testimony to offer to Trump’s shaking down the Ukraine government — they should go to the White House.”
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