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Slate

Justice Breyer saw this moment coming. https://t.co/yz9x1DuIzI

CNN

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer's retirement news didn't come as President Biden had expected. But the President and his team have been planning for this moment for a year. https://t.co/udyZLohs0a

Slate

Biden pledged to nominate the court's first Black woman justice, he's got a number of great candidates to choose from, but one stands out. https://t.co/ecT3UaSQbc

MSNBC

.@MaddowBlog: Justice Breyer hasn't formally announced his decision to retire, and while there are obvious favorites, the White House hasn't said whom President Biden will pick to fill the vacancy. (5/5) https://t.co/flBiS40V6V

MSNBC

.@Mehdirhasan: If Justice Breyer is truly concerned about the Supreme Court's losing the trust of the people, what does he think a 7-2 conservative-led court will look like to the average American? (4/5) https://t.co/QWEFwg8rJG

New York Times

The retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer will give President Biden a chance to put a Black woman on the Supreme Court, a pledge that helped revive his flagging campaign in 2020. Here’s who could be in the running. https://t.co/M3SUdB2cao

MSNBC

Justice Breyer remaining on the Supreme Court was a big gamble, @chrisgeidner writes. (3/5) https://t.co/u7rI3ek0U4

MSNBC

Justice Breyer's retirement matters — even if it won't change the balance of power in the U.S. Supreme Court. (2/5) https://t.co/ayPrSXSNpp

MSNBC

Here's what you need to know about news of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Breyer's retirement (1/5) https://t.co/ajA01ZZEag

MSNBC

"Without the court, and without a legitimacy about the court, the Constitutional experiment is in even more jeopardy than it's already in,” Jon Meacham says, reacting to the importance of the process to replace Justice Breyer. https://t.co/G9d4gRVzoq

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Washington Post

Podcast: Breyer will retire — just in time for Biden https://t.co/G4PVcv5aOb

Washington Post

Breyer’s legacy: A centrist, pragmatic problem-solver and defender of the court’s reputation https://t.co/XM1kbZ2Ij1

Washington Post

With Justice Stephen G. Breyer's apparent departure, President Biden will go through the process of filling his first Supreme Court vacancy. Here’s how the confirmation process works for a Supreme Court nominee. https://t.co/hBjuZihhj2

NBC News

Max Burns: Justice Breyer’s swan song is a relief for the many Democrats who feel the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made a tragic mistake by refusing to retire. - @NBCNewsTHINK https://t.co/ayl3GPy2DZ

Bloomberg

President Biden will be able to get his nominee to replace Justice Stephen Breyer confirmed with a simple majority vote in the Senate, thanks to a change in the chamber’s rules made by Republicans when they last held control https://t.co/LBu52wPGe8

NBC News

President Biden, who learned of Justice Breyer’s impending retirement in the middle of last week, is expected to put forward a nominee relatively quickly, people familiar with the process say. https://t.co/2YusKYIH2g

Bloomberg

Biden gets chance for a reboot with African American voters on Supreme Court vacancy https://t.co/aSDHkDAxfB

Washington Post

Breyer’s expected retirement renews focus on potential replacements https://t.co/aVx7KIPZqO

NBC News

As Democrats react to the news that Supreme Court Justice Breyer will retire at the end of the current term with discussion of a potential replacement, some Republicans are suggesting they'll fight against the next nominee. https://t.co/X45KgMHADx

Washington Post

Analysis: What does Breyer’s retirement mean for Roe v. Wade? https://t.co/yxkmGBPtMH

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Axios

.@margarettalev sat down with Justice Breyer in 2020 — just weeks before COVID became a pandemic and months before the Capitol Riot. Read an excerpt from the "Axios on HBO" interview here ⬇️ https://t.co/05Aa3JTFVr

Newsweek

"I don't know who needs to hear this but Breyer announcing retirement means Dems know they are losing the Senate this year," tweeted one political pundit. https://t.co/uziRkZFKq7

The Hill

"Progressives greet Breyer retirement with relief — and frustration" (@TheHillOpinion) https://t.co/KyVM9h2wlw https://t.co/4PMUk7VbxB

Reuters

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki did not confirm liberal Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer's retirement, telling reporters any announcement would be up to Breyer https://t.co/iI6pY9j6uB https://t.co/vCnSG1q0fy

Axios

Conservatives know they're unlikely to stop Biden from filling a Supreme Court vacancy, but they plan to target Senate Democrats who face competitive re-election fights and are all but certain to vote for Justice Breyer’s successor. https://t.co/X4mSq8OoD0

Associated Press

President Biden and Senate Democrats are eager to fill the seat of retiring Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer before November’s midterm elections, when control of Congress will be at stake. Here's a look at the confirmation process, and what comes next. https://t.co/HCwW8befMI

The Hill

The names to know as Biden mulls Breyer's replacement https://t.co/LrfquNm7tI https://t.co/1aTPzMH9fk

Reuters

Liberal U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer will retire when the court's current term ends in June, lawmakers said, giving Biden the opportunity to appoint a successor who could serve for decades https://t.co/OvICXMu6fq https://t.co/J6oDJGNVza

Newsweek

The former president once said Breyer would "bring to the Court a well-recognized and impressive ability to build bridges in pursuit of fairness and justice." https://t.co/XOpQNzl5A3

The Hill

President Biden: "Every Justice has the right and opportunity to decide what he or she is going to do and announce it on their own. There has been no announcement from Justice Breyer. Let him make whatever statement he's gonna make, and I'll be happy to talk about it later." https://t.co/PaXWaSdVuT

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Washington Examiner

Amid reports of Justice Stephen Breyer expected to retire, President Biden's public schedule for Thursday, released just now, has nothing on a Supreme Court announcement 👀 The schedule could be updated at a later time. https://t.co/GycEFo94pS

Wall Street Journal

From @WSJopinion: Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement from the Supreme Court will pit institutionalists against the new legal left. https://t.co/5s6m71ADJY

Wall Street Journal

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s expected retirement would enable President Biden to keep a promise to nominate the first Black woman to serve on the nation’s high court https://t.co/r0QHPxNe3r

Reason

During his time on the Supreme Court, Stephen Breyer has been a pretty reliable vote for the government and has shown tremendous deference to both Congress and the police. https://t.co/KkO5GHJjVE

Washington Times

LISTEN LIVE: @RealHarisAlic joins @AM560TheAnswer in Chicago to discuss the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. #WashTimesONAIR https://t.co/UFZlW89qjB

Washington Examiner

President @JoeBiden has not yet named any selections for Breyer's replacement, but one of his recent judicial appointees was on Obama's short list in 2016. Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is 51 years old, making her one of the youngest viable selections. https://t.co/ttIlzsyt8y

Washington Examiner

Sources said that Justice Stephen Breyer was beginning the standard process of scaling back, with plans to announce at the end of the current term in several months. "He did not plan for this to leak out," one court analyst said. https://t.co/f1KOTYBQAl

Washington Examiner

"President Biden’s nominee will receive a prompt hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee," @SenSchumer said. Schumer made no mention of whom he would like President Joe Biden to select to replace Breyer. https://t.co/90NsKSexco

Reason

Breaking news: Stephen Breyer is retiring from the Supreme Court, according to reports https://t.co/1XaNSCjSGy

Wall Street Journal

Justice Stephen Breyer will retire from the Supreme Court, Sen. Schumer said. President Biden has pledged to appoint a Black woman to fill the post. https://t.co/LiL2iv6FBs

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Breitbart News

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer was ushered into retirement by “left-wing dark money groups,” according to a statement Wednesday by Carrie Severino, president of the conservative Judicial Crisis Network. https://t.co/ZkPdB6JhlB

Breitbart News

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer on Wednesday reportedly became upset after plans of his alleged retirement leaked to the establishment media. https://t.co/6r6Y6fGk55

National Review

If Democrats want to put an anti-Constitution leftist on the Supreme Court, they should pay a political price. https://t.co/mDGTPNqxcK

Fox News

OPINION: @GreggJarrett: If Breyer was going to leave the Supreme Court, it had to be soon https://t.co/uAQJOjFm5p

Fox News

Supreme Court math: User's manual to confirming Stephen Breyer successor https://t.co/2J2vOyiUku

Fox News

Breyer was relentlessly bullied by the left to get out before Republicans seize the Senate https://t.co/I4vxu7xEWT

Newsmax

Just a few hours after reports surfaced of Justice Stephen Breyer potentially announcing his retirement effective in June, D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson loomed large as his likely successor on the Supreme Court. https://t.co/FUroGY9lTf

Newsmax

Democrats who control the U.S. Senate plan to move President Joe Biden's upcoming nomination of a replacement for retiring Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, a source familiar with the planning said. https://t.co/SvfpPAHhAI

Fox News

.@BillClinton's influence on Supreme Court to end with Breyer departure https://t.co/wH9tOyEOiD

Fox News

REST IS HISTORY: How Clinton's legacy continues to fade away after SCOTUS bombshell https://t.co/wH9tOyWpHd