Trump It'll Be A Woman Who'll Replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg On The Supreme Court
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Speaking at a campaign rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina, President Donald Trump reiterated a claim made to reporters hours before that he will not wait until after the election to nominate a SCOTUS judge to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and that it will be a Woman Who’ll Replace RBG On The Supreme Court.

Before heading to North Carolina for his rally, Trump was asked by journalists about whether he would wait until the general election in November to nominate a new Supreme Court justice to fill the vacancy left by the sudden death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg:

“We have an obligation. We won, and we have an obligation as the winners to pick who we won. That’s not the next president – hopefully, I’ll be the next president – but, we’re here now,”

Trump was then asked whether he would like the nominee to be a woman, which, according to the liberal media, the supposed misogynist President responded:

I could see most likely it would be a woman. Yeah, I think I can say that. It would be a woman. If somebody were to ask me now, I would say that a woman would be in first place. The choice of a woman I would say would certainly be appropriate.

President Trump then boarded Air Force One and headed to North Carolina, where he stated with certainty that it’ll be a woman, as the crowd of his supporters was chanting “fill that seat.”

Trump Tells Supporters It’ll be a woman who’ll replace RBG

As TuskerDaily reported yesterday, according to our sources, Trump’s leading candidate for the job would be federal appeals judge Amy Coney Barrett.

Barrett was listed among Trump’s potential picks for SCOTUS announced several days ago.

The Supreme Court seat became vacant after the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday.

RGB’s death raised the stakes in an already hotly-contested upcoming presidential election, as Democrats hope to preserve her liberal-leaning seat if Joe Biden wins, and Republicans possibly look to nominate a conservative justice in the second term of President Trump.

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