Justice Ginsburg NOT Attending Trump State of the Union Address

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Only recently appearing in public after weeks of recovering from a fall in her office thst left her with multiple broken ribs, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will not be in attendance at Tuesday night’s State of the Union Address delivered by President Donald Trump.

And it doesn’t appear to be for health reasons; the 85 year old jurist is on a speaking tour with a stop in Connecticut scheduled for Tuesday. She also skipped the speech last year, after attending all eight of former President Obama’s addresses.

From The Hill:

“[…] Ginsburg and Trump have clashed in the past. 

The justice referred to then-candidate Trump as a “faker” in 2016, and said she could not imagine what the country would be like with Trump as president. 

Trump fired back on Twitter, saying she should step down from her post. […]”

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