According to Whitehouse, the Democratic Board of Representatives decides on the future of the Judicial Committee

Sen. Sheldon WhitehouseSheldon WhitehouseDurbin wants to become top judge of the judiciary so Feinstein can resign from the Justice Committee’s top GOP Democrat position and breaks up with Trump’s cyber chief: ADDING MORE “confusion and chaos” (RI), who has an interest in serving as the Supreme Democrat on the Judiciary Committee after Sen. Dianne FeinsteinDianne Emiel Feinstein Durbin wants to become the supreme democrat in the judiciary so that Feinstein can resign from the Supreme Democratic position on the Judiciary Committee. (California) stepped down from the role, stating that he expected the Democratic election to lead the committee in the future.

Whitehouse says he accepts everything that colleagues decide.

“Following the announcement by Senior Feinstein, I look forward to the issue of inheritance being decided by the Senate Judiciary Committee on the basis of a decision by the House of Representatives. I will abide by the decision of the House of Representatives. He said in a statement, indicating his interest in the job.

Whitehouse, however, should jump Sen. Dick DurbinDick DurbinDurbin wants to become the supreme Democrat in the judiciary so that Feinstein can resign as the Supreme Democrat on the Justice Committee. (D-Ill.) Who is older to be a member of the board in the rankings.

Durbin said Monday he will try to replace Feinstein as Democrats become more senior. Senator Pat Leahy (Acting) is already the number one Democrat on the Appropriations Committee.

“I want to look for the highest Democratic position in the Judiciary Committee in 117th Congress. I have been a member of the committee for 22 years and I am the oldest member who does not currently serve on top of another senate committee. “- He told.

“We need to raise our fingers and get to work on repairing the damage of the last four years and protecting fundamental civil and human rights,” he said.

Some Senate Democrats question whether Durbin would be able to serve both as a minority whip in the Senate and as a top-level Democrat on the Judiciary Committee. Some members of the democratic body want a greater division of power.

Durbin’s allies, however, point out that there is no electoral rule that prevents Durbin from serving as a supreme democrat in both the whip and the judiciary, and note that there is a precedent for serving as Senate No. 2 leader and chairing a committee.

The late Senator, Alan Cranston (California), served as the Senate’s majority whip and chairman of the Senate Veterinary Committee in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

The late Senator, Wendell Ford (D-Ky.) Served on the Senate Rules Committee in the 1990s as a democratic whip and supreme Democrat.

It was sen. Harry ReidHarry Mason Reid The Bottom Line Senate Roadblocks Threaten MORE Biden (D-Nev.) He briefly chaired the Senate’s Environment and Public Works Committee, while in 2001 he also served as a democratic whip.

Feinstein announced Monday that he does not intend to hold the presidency or rank Democrats on the judiciary in 2021, so he could focus on dealing with the damage caused by the drought and wildfire in California.