Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies At Age 87

A heated political battle will ensue.

US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at age 87.

Ginsberg passed away on Friday, and died from complications due to pancreatic cancer.

Ginsberg was appointed to the court in 1993 by US President Bill Clinton.

Her death will kick off a heated political battle for her replacement, with the Republicans holding a majority in the US Senate, and many will seek to replace her with a Conservative nominee.

It remains to be seen whether US President Donald Trump will push for an new nominee before the election.

That battle comes in the middle of election season in the deeply divided United States, and will likely drive a far more aggressive tone to the campaign.

On Twitter, the US Supreme Court blog released a statement, which you can read below:

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Arie Intveld

Serious question. Why are Supreme Court judge appointments political? Justice is now a cult.

Chris Cannon

The Truth is that there is no real political battle for a judge. Trump holds ALL the cards, he chooses the appointment which will be a CONSERVATIVE. He in fact most likely already has a choice in mind and its probably the woman that was his second choice to the Kavanagh appointment. He already now has the Supreme court as it sits, so he does not need to even appoint anyone immediatley. The only reason the Democrats are arguing it to be after the election is so they have the time to regroup and try and come up with a… Read more »