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US President Appoints Ketanji Jackson as First Black Woman on US Supreme Court

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US President Appoints Ketanji Jackson as First Black Woman on US Supreme Court

The president of the United States of America, Joe Biden has appoints Ketanji Brown Jackson on Friday (February 25, 2022) to be the first black woman in United States history to serve on the United States Supreme Court.

The United States White House says, Joe Biden will officially disclose his decision later Friday (February 25, 2022) at an appearance with Ketanji Jackson.

51-year-old Ketanji Jackson was appointed in 2013 to the Federal Bench and supported by Three of Republican Senators in 2021when she was raised to the position of DC Circuit Court of Appeals, which is seen as a bottom for aspiring US Supreme Court justices.

This step taken by US President, Joe Biden is to fulfil his primary campaign promise during United States Presidential election in 2020 to his black voters.

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