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President Trump Responds to Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Death

A class act…

President Trump Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Death

President Trump learned of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death moments after coming off the stage from his rally in Bemidji, MN. President Trump’s first response was to praise Ruth Bader Ginsburg and offer condolences to her family.

President Trump was able to put aside politics for a few moments to reflect on Ginsburg’s accomplishments and what they meant to the country as a whole. Love or hate Ginsburg’s politics, we can all agree that she did indeed live an amazing life. President Trump was able to recognize this simple fact.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany affirmed that President Trump wants politics to wait for the moment.

Contrast that with Chuck Schumer’s first response upon hearing about Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death.

Chuck Schumer immediately rushed to score political points with the Leftist base by taking to Twitter to vow that President Trump will not get a new Supreme Court nomination before the election. No emotion, no humanity, just the cold calculation of a crass, political animal.

Luckily, Schumer seemed to have realized his mistake and hastily tweeted something with a little more feeling.

Let us also not forget that the first response of many Leftists was to freak out about what Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death meant for the future of the Supreme Court.

President Trump proved tonight that he’s a class act and a man worthy of continuing to lead this country for another four years.

Democrats showed us why they can never again be given the reins of power.

 
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