U.S. President Donald Trump was greeted with jerseys and cheers on Thursday as he carried Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s flag-bearing coffin outside the U.S. Supreme Court at the end of the day, a crowd gathered to honor liberal justice. Were gathered.
Trump, wearing a black face mask and with Melania Trump for the first time, stood near the marble building and chanted “Vote for him.” Ginsberg’s death comes just before the November 3 presidential election.
Loudly and “Vote for him!” Following in the footsteps of the Supreme Court, Trump returned to the Oval Office and returned to the fetus.pic.twitter.com/Qqu37J3oLu
– John Cooper @ (@JonCopertWits) September 24, 2020
The Republican president, who has already won two top court elections since taking office in 2017, said he would first reveal his latest election on Saturday, a week after the 87-year-old justice died on September 18.
Less than two months before the election, his decision to accelerate a change has drawn the line between Republicans and Democrats, and the race has been reshaped as Trump re-elected during a coronavirus epidemic. Demanded a war in which more than 200,000 people were killed and the economy destroyed.
Ginsberg, appointed by Democratic President Bill Clinton in 1993, was a symbol of liberalism, especially as conservatism grew rapidly in the courts. His death marked a new impetus for Democrats to vote and campaign donations in November.
Ahead of Trump’s 2016 presidential election, Ginsberg gave an interview. He was publicly criticized in 2001 as a “liar”. Trump responded on Twitter by writing “Ginsberg’s mind was killed.” He later apologized and said he regretted the “unsolicited” remarks.
Trump has been criticized in recent days for not respecting Ginsberg’s wishes at the end of his life, allegedly telling his granddaughter in a statement that he would be replaced by the next president.
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