Biden to ‘stand by’ pledge to elect Black woman to supreme court, says Jen Psaki

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Justice Stephen Breyer will retire from the supreme court, which will give Joe Biden the opportunity to fulfill a campaign pledge by nominating the first Black woman judge to the bench

Stephen Breyer to retire from supreme court, giving Biden chance to pick liberal judge

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