Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies At 87


Tributes continue this afternoon for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died yesterday of cancer at 87 President. Trump called Ginsberg a titan of the law and a fighter to the very end. The president is also tweeting that Republicans have an obligation to move forward without delay and filling Ginsberg's place on the high court. Washington Post. White House reporter Sung Min Kim says it's important to remember what Senator Mitch McConnell said in last night's statement on Ginsberg Stuff. He said that President Trump's nominee will get a floor vote on the United States Senate in the United States Senate. He did not say when that but would be as I'm going to be before November 3rd or in the lame duck session of Congress. That is the key here. Whether it be there's always timing issues like Supreme Court nominations just generally, inherently take a lot a lot of time to process. But we're in a very heated election here. Mitch McConnell is at risk of losing his majority. Dams have been slightly favored to win control of the Senate for some time, and this is only energy. I mean, it is energizing conservatives, certainly, but it is certainly energizing liberals as well. That's Washington Post White House reporter Sung Min Kim. Meanwhile, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says the Senate should not fill the vacancy left by Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg's death. Until we have a new president, according to Axios, Schumer told fellow Democrats on a conference call today that quote nothing is off the table next year

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