USA: President Biden may keep his commitment to the American people by appointing a black woman to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer.
Judge Stephen Breyer is retiring, and Biden indicated a search has been started to replace him.
Biden assured that a qualified candidate will take Breyer's place as the judge.
As a result of Justice Stephen Breyer's decision, President Joe Biden will be able to propose a replacement who may serve for decades.
But the present 6-3 conservative majority on the court will remain in place after Justice Breyer retires.
At the end of June, Justice Breyer is expected to leave the Supreme Court.
Early speculations concerning a replacement for Justice Stephen Breuer focused on US Circuit Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, US District Judge Jay Michelle Childs, and California Supreme Court Justice Leondra Kruger because Breuer planned to retire.
Bill Clinton appointed Breyer to the bench as a justice in 1994.