On Friday morning, before the Supreme Court announced her release from the hospital, President Donald Trump told reporters at the White House that he had good wishes for the leader of the court's liberal wing, despite harsh words between them previously.
Bader Ginsburg has been closely watched by those on both sides of the political spectrum as she is now the leader of the Supreme Court's liberal wing. Before the offers had subsided, Ginsburg was already back home, her strength no doubt bolstered by her faithful workouts with Johnson.
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Al-Jasser had been forcibly taken by Saudi authorities in March, prominent human rights activist Yahya Assiri told The New Arab. Yasin Aktay, an advisor to Erdogan, suggested last week the body may have been dissolved in acid.
Celebrated in popular culture as the "notorious RBG" and at age 85 the court's oldest justice, Ginsburg is a liberal stalwart who has said she will not retire as long as she feels she can do the work.
The 85-year-old justice checked into George Washington University Hospital early Thursday morning after suffering a fall in her office at the Supreme Court the night before.
Bader Ginsburg has battled multiple health issues in the past, her most recent being a blocked artery in 2014 during which she underwent a procedure to have a stent implanted. She was admitted to the hospital for observation and treatment.
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Four hospital employees were briefly trapped in the basement and rescued by California Highway Patrol officers, Kinney said. The Camp Fire was the fiercest of several wind-driven blazes that erupted across the state on Thursday.
Since taking office, Trump has appointed two conservative justices to the court, and many more judges to lower federal courts.
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"We are asking one referee to do it the way they did it when blokes like me were playing - jogging round the field basically". Tom Curry has been ruled out of the remainder of England's autumn series by the ankle injury sustained against South Africa .