On the menu today: a whole lot from last night's dueling network town halls, where Biden said he'll reveal his position on Court-packing later; Kamala Harris insists that confirming judges she opposes constitutes Court-packing; and Donald Trump says he has "no position" on the conspiracy theory that Joe Biden orchestrated to have the U.S. Navy's SEAL Team Six killed to cover up the fake death of Bin Laden.
Biden: Voters 'Will Have a Right to Know Where I Stand Before They Vote'
Maybe the dueling network town halls last night were almost as informative as a debate between President Trump and Joe Biden. We got one genuine bit of news out of Biden last night.
BIDEN: It is, but, George, if I — if I say — no matter what answer I gave you, if I say it, that’s the headline tomorrow. It won’t be about what’s going on now, the improper way they’re proceeding.
STEPHANOPOULOS: But don’t voters have a right to know where you stand?
BIDEN: They do have a right to know where I stand. And they will have a right to know where I stand before they vote.
STEPHANOPOULOS: So, you will ...