Joe Biden’s vision of America; Roy Moore might run again; McConnell’s double-standard

Joe Biden’s vision of America; Roy Moore might run again; McConnell’s double-standard

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Former Vice President Joe Biden (File photo: Marc Nozell/Flickr)

On the Hill with Doug Christian

(Audio: Joe Biden says “We are the United States of America.)

CAPITOL HILL – That was Former Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden at a fundraiser and town hall in Houston.

Biden continues:

(Audio Biden says we are who we are because of a free press.)

In other news, Roy Moore is considering running for an Alabama Senate seat again. Congressman Bradley Byrne, Moore’s would-be GOP contender, says, “I think people are very concerned that we Republicans lost a U.S. Senate seat because he was our nominee in 2017, and we don’t need to do that again.”

Moore replied on Twitter:

Donald Trump Jr. tweeted a reply to Moore saying:

Looking forward, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell shifts his stand on confirming a Supreme Court nominee in 2020, should a seat become available. In 2016, McConnell denied President Barack Obama his SCOTUS nominee, Merrick Garland, by refusing to open confirmation hearings. McConnell replied to a reporter’s inquiry at yesterday’s Paducah Chamber of Commerce luncheon in Kentucky, that should a SCOTUS seat open in 2020, “what will your position be on filling that spot?”

McConnell quipped, “Oh, we’d fill it [next year].”

Doug Christian, Capitol Hill

 

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