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Speaking at a campaign rally in North Carolina, Donald Trump told supporters he had a ‘duty’ to nominate a candidate to fill the supreme court vacancy created by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. ‘It will be a woman,’ Trump said. ‘A very talented, very brilliant woman.’ Democrats including Joe Biden and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have said Republicans should follow the precedent that GOP legislators set in 2016 by refusing to consider a supreme court choice in the run-up to an election.Guardian News YouTube Channel
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