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At a high-profile fundraiser in Los Angeles on Saturday, President Joe Biden criticized the Supreme Court, stating that there has “never been a Court that’s so far out of step” in U.S. history. According to pooled reporters from Politico covering the event, Biden warned that one of the most concerning aspects of a potential second term for former President Donald Trump would be the possibility of Trump appointing more Justices to the Court. Biden implied that such appointments could further destabilize the balance of the Court, mentioning Justice Samuel Alito in his remarks.



During a conversation with former President Barack Obama, moderated by ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel, Biden was asked whether the potential for Trump to appoint more Justices was the most frightening aspect of a second Trump term. Biden affirmed this, emphasizing that it is indeed one of the scariest parts. He expressed his view that the Supreme Court has never been as misaligned as it is currently.

Biden’s comments come amid renewed scrutiny and criticism of the Supreme Court as its decisions for the current term begin to emerge. Several Democratic members of Congress have raised questions about the Court’s legitimacy. Although Biden did not go as far as questioning the Court’s legitimacy in front of the star-studded audience, his remarks are likely to spark further debate.

The event was attended by a host of celebrities, including George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Barbra Streisand, Jason Bateman, Jack Black, Kathryn Hahn, and Sheryl Lee Ralph, who all contributed to the proceedings. Biden’s critique of the Supreme Court at such a high-profile event underscores the growing tension and division regarding the judiciary’s role and decisions in the current political climate.

Harrison Carter
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