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Flashback: In 2016, Ginsburg said Senate should hold SCOTUS confirmation hearing during election year

Upon the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the age of 87 on Friday, the partisan bickering over what should happen next immediately crescendoed -- with President Trump and most Republicans agreeing a nominee should be named before the election, and Democrats expressing outrage at the idea while demanding the void be filled after a new president (or the incumbent) and Senate is sworn in next January.
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