US Supreme Court

  1. Trump: 'We're going to the Supreme Court'

    President Donald Trump speaks on election night in the East Room of the White House as First Lady Melania Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and Karen Pence look on in the early morning hours of November 04, 2020 in Washington, DC

    With millions of legitimate ballots left to count, Donald Trump has declared an unsupported victory.

    "Frankly we did win this election," he claims, speaking in subdued tone. He suggests - without evidence - that election "fraud" has occurred.

    "This is an embarrassment to our country," he says, adding that he plans to go to the Supreme Court to fight election results.

    Millions of votes in the 2020 election are yet to be counted and the president has no credibility in claiming a victory.

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    Video caption: US Democrat Jim Clyburn says expand Supreme Court

    Increasing the number of judges would effectively "unpack" the Court, says Mr Clyburn.

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    Video caption: Amy Coney Barrett confirmed to the US Supreme Court

    The Republicans in the US Senate voted 52-48 to approve her one week before the general election.

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    Video caption: Biden: Supreme Court should not be 'political football'

    Joe Biden tells CBS 60 Minutes that he will appoint commission to review US court system.

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    Video caption: Kamala Harris asks Amy Coney Barrett: 'Do you believe climate change is happening?'

    Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett is questioned by Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris.

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    Video caption: Amy Coney Barrett dodges Klobuchar question on voter intimidation law

    The US Supreme Court nominee says she "can't characterise the facts in a hypothetical situation".

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    Video caption: Amy Coney Barrett: 'No conversation with Trump on how I might rule' on ACA or election

    Amy Coney Barrett says she hasn't spoken to the president about the Affordable Care Act or the election.