Trump Casts Doubt on Ginsberg’s “Dying Wish” to Wait to Name Replacement

It sounded like a script from a blockbuster drama, but did it even happen?   A prominent American figure whispers on her death bed to her daughter, “My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.”

That’s what Democrats and family of Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Democrats claimed hours after the passing of the Supreme Court Justice, but did it really happen or was it a political stunt staged by the Democrat party?   The optics were set, if President Trump nominates a replacement, although completely within the framework of the constitution, is squashing the deathbed request by Ginsberg, therefore, a very bad man of ill-character.

Trump this weekend raised doubts about whether or not Ginsberg actually whispered those words as she gasped her last breath.

“I don’t know that she said that, or was that written out by Adam Schiff or Pelosi?” Trump asked. “I would be more inclined to the second, OK – you know, that came out of the wind. That sounds so beautiful, but that sounds like a Schumer deal, or maybe Pelosi or for Shifty Schiff. So that came out of the wind, let’s say. I mean, maybe she did, and maybe she didn’t.”

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