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With the conservative woman on the Supreme, the balance could tip in the Republican leader's favor even if Biden wins the elections.
President Donald Trump nominated conservative Amy Coney-Barrett as a candidate for the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) to guarantee his permanence in the White House in case he doesn't win the November election.
"I will not leave the presidency so easily," Trump said after warning that if Democrat Joe Biden wins a majority vote, he will appeal to the Supreme Court for "being a victim of fraud."
On Saturday, Trump introduced the conservative woman to replace Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who was a U.S. icon for progressivism, after she passed away last September 18.
"It is very important that the Supreme Court has nine judges in case it ends up deciding the outcome of the election," Trump stressed, alluding to the need to find a substitute for Ginsburg.
With Coney-Barrett on the Supreme, the balance could tip in the Republican leader's favor even if Biden wins. Thanks to her, the tribunal will lean towards the conservative side, giving Trump the advantage over the results.
American gun owners and Patriots in general urge @realDonaldTrump to nominate on Monday, Amy Coney Barret, who is conservative catholic that is anti-abortion and anti-gun control.���� pic.twitter.com/nOguIomj8k