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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg showed up on Sunday and hopes they will remain for the court of the Bank for at least five more years.

“My older colleagues, Justice John Paul Stevens, he stepped down when he is 90, I think, have at least five years,” Ginsburg, 85, described himself as a “flaming feminist,” she said at an event in New York City, according to CNN.

Your comments, which were made after I made a game about the late justice Antonin Scalia, can be quietly concerned about the number of judges President of the Trump potentially the nomination for a seat in his first term.

To replace Trump recently nominated Brett Kavanaugh judge Anthony Kennedy to quit.

Many Democrats and activists have against Kavanaugh, and are scared about it, he’s probably going to the court more conservative and could even be the deciding vote in overturning Roe v. Wade decision, which concerns the right to abortion in the United States

Ginsburg, who was nominated in 1993 by President Clinton, was a consistent liberal on the court.

“My dear wife used to say, is the true symbol of the United States is a bald eagle,” she said at the event, reports the Guardian. “It is the pendulum, and added that “if it goes very far in one direction, you can count on, it’s coming.”

Ginsburg also recalled Justice Scalia, says, “If I had my choice of the dissenters, as I writing for the court, justice Scalia would be noted,” that sometimes it was like a ping-pong game.

Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.

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