VIDEO: Ed Whelan Discusses Biden’s Court-Packing Threat on Fox Business


December 8, 2021 | Fox Business


On December 8, 2021, EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow Ed Whelan appeared on Fox Business to discuss President Biden’s commission on the Supreme Court taking ’no position’ on court-packing.

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