Masslive: Sen. Elizabeth Warren at Ruth Bader Ginsburg vigil: SCOTUS ‘fight has just begun’
At a vigil for the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Saturday night led hundreds in a chant of “I will fight,” and delivered a speech warning that American democracy was at stake as President Donald Trump geared up to nominate Ginsburg’s replacement.
Warren’s remarks came a night after Ginsburg died at 87 from complications of metastatic pancreas cancer. NBC News reported that the longtime justice said her “most fervent wish” was not to be replaced until a new president sat in the White House, and hundreds who’d gathered at the candlelight vigil held signs reading “Honor RBG” and “Honor Her Wish."
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By: Benjamin Kail
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