Ginsburg regrets ‘ill-advised’ criticism of Trump
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she regrets her “ill-advised” public criticism of Donald Trump.
Ginsburg says in a statement issued by the court on Thursday that judges should avoid commenting on a candidate for public office. She promises to be more circumspect in the future.
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Ginsburg told The Associated Press last week that she did not want to think about the prospect of Trump winning the presidency. She escalated her criticism in subsequent media interviews.
She herself came under attack for her comments in recent days, leading to Thursday’s statement.