Ruth Bader Ginsburg out of hospital after fall

Ruben Ruiz
November 10, 2018

On the morning of Friday, Nov. 9, the justice was released from the hospital, where she was admitted on Thursday, Nov. 8.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been released from the hospital days after a nasty fall left her with three fractured ribs.

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. "I can't promise they were good jokes but they were jokes". Her nephew, Daniel Stiepleman, said Thursday that the 85-year-old Supreme Court Justice was "up and working" and "doing great", adding that she's cracking jokes, Reuters reports. "She said something very inappropriate during the campaign, but she apologized for it", he told reporters.

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"I can't imagine what this place would be - I can't imagine what the country would be - with Donald Trump as our president", Ginsburg had said in an interview with the New York Times in July 2016. She also called Trump a "faker", and he called for her to resign. But I wish her well.

The news of Ginsburg's injury brought such distress to her supporters that they immediately began offering whatever rib or organ she needed to survive.

Appointed by president Bill Clinton in 1993, Ginsburg rebuffed suggestions from some liberals that she should step down in the first two years of president Barack Obama's second term, when Democrats also controlled the Senate and would have been likely to confirm her successor.

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