Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire, NBC News reports

Breyer is the oldest member of the court by 10 years

Justice Breyer is planning to retire at the end of this term, according to NBC News.

A United States Supreme Court Justice is planning to retire at the end of this term, according to NBC News.

Justice Stephen Breyer, who was nominated by President Clinton, has been a justice since 1994.

The 83-year-old is 10 years older than the next oldest justice, Clarence Thomas.

One of President Joe Biden’s campaign promises was to nominate a Black woman to the Supreme Court.

The White House has yet to comment on the news.


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