Death Of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Brings Vacuum In Supreme Court
People like Donald Trump, Biden, and Bill Clinton were the first ones to post their condolences through Twitter. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the legendary Supreme Court judge of the US, passed away fighting cancer. She was an exceptional woman who inspired women across the US to break stereotypes.
She fought for women’s rights during her youth days. When she died yesterday, politicians across the county mourned her death. People like Trump, Biden, and Bill Clinton were the first ones to post their condolences through Twitter. Now her death has left a big vacuum in the US Supreme Court and has become a matter of political debate ahead of the 2020 US elections.
Donald Trump Insists He Will Choose The Successor Of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
There is intense debate at the moment as to whether Trump should be allowed to choose the next successor or not. However, Trump has made it clear that he will be picking it as he is the President at the moment. He said:
“We have an obligation. We won and we have an obligation as the winners to pick who we want. That’s not the next president. We’re here right now.”
The death of Ruth has led to another round of political turmoil ahead of the elections.
Joe Biden Is Against Donald Trump Choosing The Supreme Justice
Joe Biden feels the Supreme Justice must be appointed after 3 November, i.e. after the elections. He feels confident about winning the elections, and that would mean choosing someone tilted to his party. With the same logic, Trump wants to elect someone from his side to the Supreme Court. Joe Biden said:
“Voters should pick the president and the president should pick the justice to consider.”
Donald Trump Will Elect A Woman As Supreme Justice
Ruth Bader is a symbol of equal rights, and Donald Trump feels it is only fair that her successor should be a woman who resonated with her ideology. Trump said:
“I will be putting forth a nominee next week. It will be a woman. I think it should be a woman because I actually like women much more than men.”