CNN anchor Jake Tapper and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s deputy campaign manager argued on Sunday over the constitutionality of confirming Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
Kate Bedingfield defended Biden’s Friday comments that the Senate Republicans’ push to confirm Barrett to the Supreme Court before the election was “unconstitutional.”
“His point is that the people have an opportunity to weigh in on this constitutional process through their vote,” she said on “State of the Union.” “And we are now in the midst of the election. Millions of people have already cast their votes.”
“And you see that the vast majority of people say that they want the person who wins the election on Nov. 3 to nominate the justice to take this seat,” she added.