VP Debate 2020: Kamala Harris and Mike Pence joust over Supreme Court justices | USA TODAY

VP Debate 2020: Kamala Harris and Mike Pence joust over Supreme Court justices | USA TODAY 1


Harris and Pence discuss SCOTUS appointee Amy Coney Barrett.
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Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence debate the appointment of Supreme Court justices, and the recent nomination of Amy Coney Barrett.

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15 Comments on "VP Debate 2020: Kamala Harris and Mike Pence joust over Supreme Court justices | USA TODAY"

  1. If Democrats were in control, Harris would be saying something entirely different, just like with Joe Biden was saying 4 years ago. But let’s continue to take things out of context, because we must make sure the left wins everything.

  2. Pence won… Trump win ! Trump for 2020 !

  3. Pence lost . He answered irrelevantly to most of the questions.

    • @Logan Paulson Apperarently you did not watch it fully . He did it more than once .

    • Logan Paulson | October 8, 2020 at 1:00 AM | Reply

      @Soheil Ak Watched the whole thing start to finish

    • @Logan Paulson Then watch it again and this time count it whenever he does it .

    • Logan Paulson | October 8, 2020 at 1:08 AM | Reply

      @Soheil Ak How about you go do that I was to busy recording times on how long each candidate had to answer questions and on a majority of the questions Kamala Harris cut around 2 minutes and 5 seconds to answer the question while vice president Pence only got about a minute 45 seconds which is why I believe that he kept talking even when the moderator was telling him not to because he felt that he was being cut off too early which is actually true

    • Logan Paulson Don’t bother with him, people like @Soheil Ak probably have negative IQs

  4. What a relief to finally see two adults have a real debate.


  6. MostPassiveUser | October 8, 2020 at 2:07 AM | Reply

    What does he mean by pack the court? Trump already put in 2 judges there. How many does he want to insert?

    • There are 9 US Supreme Court Justices, they want to add more with their affiliations (Democrat in this case) to swing trials in their favor – or such is the fear and why there are nine and are appointed for life.

    • Justin VanDenBos | October 8, 2020 at 5:08 PM | Reply

      Can’t believe this has to be explained in the era of Google, but packing court refers to adding additional justices to the 9 seats that there are already there. The idea being that you artificially make the court what you want, which is a political weapon to create like a second legislature. A president gets to nominate as many as there are vacant seats. What people don’t get is that the Senate just doesn’t have to confirm the nominations, and historically they don’t in an election year when the majority is a different party than the nominating president. In an election year when there the Senate and President are in the same party, they do confirm. Simple as that.

  7. Jkaku Rinpoche | October 8, 2020 at 7:35 AM | Reply


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