Boos and shouts to get him out of the presidency.
This is how Donald Trump was received when he visited the Supreme Court on Thursday to pay his respects for the death of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whose remains are being veiled in a memorial in the entrance portico of the building.
Thousands of people who have come to fire the renowned judge for the last time shouted against the president and first lady Melania Trump, when both, wearing masks, walked near the Ginsburg coffin.
"Get him out with the vote!" People yelled when they saw Trump on the porch of the building.
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump pay their respects at Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg's wake.
Upon learning of her death, Trump recognized the value of Ginsburg's figure and called her a "wonderful woman."
However, her decision to quickly seek a successor has generated controversy and rejection from Democrats.
The so-called iron judge, who
dedicated her life to fighting gender discrimination and overcame many adversities before landing on the Supreme Court in 1993
, passed away at the age of 87 after years fighting cancer.
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But who benefits?]
Her figure has transcended by representing a feminist icon but she was also a voice for many marginalized groups.
This has generated a devotion that is expressed in lines of people who have come to her memorial to pay their respects.
Hundreds flock to the Supreme Court to say goodbye to Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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Ginsburg's death from cancer at age 87 has also complicated the race for the November election in an already chaotic election year.
Trump supporters say the Supreme Court vacancy will appeal to their constituencies, while Democrats say it will intensify the importance of electing Joe Biden.
Undecided voters point out that they had already anticipated that Ginsburg would retire under a possible Democratic administration and that his death has not drastically affected his evaluation of the candidates.