'A radical-left assault on our country': Mitch McConnell and Mitt Romney lead fury at Biden's SCOTUS-packing commission and point out President thought it was a 'bonehead idea' in 1983 and RBG said nine judges is enough | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

'A radical-left assault on our country': Mitch McConnell and Mitt Romney lead fury at Biden's SCOTUS-packing commission and point out President thought it was a 'bonehead idea' in 1983 and RBG said nine judges is enough

Republicans have slammed Joe Biden's announcement of a commission to look into 'court-packing' as an 'assault on the judiciary', a 'radical left' ploy and a 'brainless idea' to attack American institutions including the Constitution.

Mitch McConnell and Mitt Romney led a list of GOP politicians and senior figures condemning the naming of a 36-strong board to look into increasing the number of judges and dismantling the conservative majority installed under Donald Trump.

They even pointed to Biden's own words when he called it a 'bonehead idea' in 1983 and Ruth Bader Ginsburg saying nine judge is enough.

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