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Bloomberg Politics published this video item, entitled “Supreme Court Fight Galvanizes Final Sprint of Election” – below is their description.
Sep.21 — Donald Trump’s plans to name a replacement for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg this week offer Joe Biden the chance to galvanize newly energized Democrats, while providing the president a fresh battle in a culture war he’s waged for four years. Early reaction to Ginsburg’s death on Friday suggests Biden stands to gain more politically from the sudden vacancy, as it underscores the stakes of the contest for liberal voters who had been reluctant to endorse his centrist candidacy. Derek Wallbank reports on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”Bloomberg Politics YouTube Channel
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