Five days after it was published exclusively in Newsmax, the president-elect’s office made him official on Saturday: Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be sworn in by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor on Tuesday.
Along with the historian of Sotomayo’s announcement – he will be the first Latina to attend the opening ceremony – the main reason for the January 20 honor was Harris’ own strong appreciation for justice.
In 2012, President Barack Obama wrote on Twitter, marking the tenth anniversary of the appointment of Sen. Harris, a D-California judge: “Sonia has been fighting for the voice of the people since she voted in the first lawsuit against the corporations. As a critical voice on the attached bench, he is showing all of our children what is possible. “
Just days before President Donald Trump left office, a judge appointed by Obama to execute President Donald Trump condemned President Donald Trump and announced the swearing-in of the next vice president.
Regarding the execution of Dustin John Higgs, convicted murderer with a lethal injection, on Friday in Terre Howe, Indiana, Sotomayor wrote “this is not justice” and called it “an unprecedented mob” for executing executed prisoners.
John Gigi is the chief political columnist and Newsmax’s White House correspondent. For more of his report, Go here now.
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