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Biden Official Supports ‘Reducing Public Confidence’ In The U.S. Supreme Court

via 60 Minutes
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Brian Fallon, former press secretary for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, will join the Biden-Harris campaign as Vice President Kamala Harris’s director of communications.

Fallon, who has been the executive director of Demand Justice, a liberal advocacy group, is expected to start in January.

His hiring has been confirmed and welcomed by the Harris campaign, but has drawn criticism from the Republican National Committee due to his previous statements, including a now-deleted tweet advocating to “Defund the police.” (Trending: Hunter Biden’s Own Memoir Is Coming Back To Haunt Him In Criminal Trial)

Sheila Nix, Kamala Harris’s campaign chief of staff wrote in a statement, “Brian brings a wealth of expertise and knowledge on the issues that matter most to the American people.”

“We’re thrilled to have him join the team, and know he will be a huge asset to reelecting President Biden and Vice President Harris,” she continued.

“We always think that the White House could be doing more,” said Fallon in response to disliking a string of U.S. Supreme Court rulings.

“The president has a very old school institutionalist-minded approach to the Supreme Court, where he doesn’t want to actively be seen as reducing public confidence, even if the court deserves it,” he explained.

The Republican National Committee responded to Fallon’s hiring by highlighting a 2020 tweet of Fallon’s which has since been deleted.

“Meet Kamala’s new campaign communications director,” posted the RNC with Fallon’s tweet stating, “Defund the police.”

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