Justice Ginsburg: Not All Presidents Get to Fill That Many Court Vacancies

Monday at the Jewish Federations of North America while commenting on President-elect Donald Trump’s upcoming  Supreme Court nomination, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg also pointed out most presidents only get a few chances to appoint justices. She cited the example of President Jimmy Carter who got none.

“There is an existing vacancy, and President Trump will fill it,” Ginsburg said.

“Then, perhaps, Congress will do some work,” she added.

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