Donald J. Trump, the presumptive GOP candidate, has his share of critics. They come from all walks of life, from taxi drivers to career politicians. Most recently Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has publicly made negative comments about Trump. She said that she couldn’t imagine what 4 years in the country would be like under President Trump. She also advised Americans to move to New Zealand if he is elected. Wait a second, aren’t justices supposed to be neutral on politics and politicians?
Trump said that her comments were “highly inappropriate” and that Ginsburg needs to apologize to the court. Trump also suggested that Ginsburg step down from her position on the Supreme Court. After he’s elected, Trump should send Ginsburg a one-way ticket to New Zealand.
Conservative Tribune reports:
Liberal Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told The New York Times in an interview published Sunday that she couldn’t “imagine” what the court or the country would be like after four years of a Trump presidency, and she also joked about moving to New Zealand if he was elected.
Trump took issue with the Supreme Court justice’s criticism, calling her comments a “disgrace” and demanding that she apologize to the court.
It comes as no surprise that the liberal justice would find fault with the Republican candidate, as her opinions have shown a fundamental disagreement with conservative constitutional beliefs.