Joe Biden warning: President-elect could spark ‘constitutional outrage’ with ‘tinkering’

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Iain Dale told the President-elect has refused to rule out increasing the number of justices on the Supreme Court. There are currently six justices that lean towards the Republican Party and three that a more aligned to the Democrats.

Mr Dale said: “Joe Biden has refused to rule out increasing the number of Justices on the Supreme Court.

“I think this would be a constitutional outrage if he tried to tinker with that.

“I do not think that has been changed since the 1860s if I am right.

“It is a bit like Trump losing the election and then challenging the result.

“I am not sure the American people would stand for that.

“I am not sure Congress would necessarily stand for that either.”

The political commentator also told that Mr Biden’s “mental decline” is “highly likely” to result in Kamala Harris taking over as President of the United States during his Presidency.

He added Mr Biden will have an advantage as US President but he is not the leader that America needs. 

Mr Dale said: “Joe Biden does have an advantage in that he will have a lot of people who have been there and served under President Obama.

“So they are not coming in cold to power.

“However, Joe Biden is showing material signs of mental decline.

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“I do not think he is the leader that is needed for America at the moment.”

The political commentator added: “He does not strike me as somebody who is a decision-maker.”

“I do not see him providing leadership.

“I do think it is highly likely that Kamala Harris could take over as President at some point during a Biden Presidency.”

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