Years ago he said court packing was a "boneheaded idea" that would destroy the most important branch of government.
During the primary he said he opposed it.
During the general election he said he doesn't want to answer because his answer would become a big story. His VP picked based on her skin color and gender that bombed in the primary refused to answer the question multiple times.
The last few days he says he'll tell you after the election
and now he says that voters don't deserve to know his stance.
Should we reward someone running for office who refuses to tell you about major changes to the Supreme Court? What other major changes to our country is he planning to make that he doesn't think we deserve to know about? Should all candidates for president just say they'll give you their stance after the election? That they'd tell you their position on issues, but are afraid it will become a story so it's better to keep voters in the dark.
Are you happy that he doesn't trust the American people with knowing what he will do with the Supreme Court?