Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who died Feb. 13, had said in 2012 he would not retire until there was a more ideologically congenial president in the White House. “I would not like to be replaced,” he said, “by someone who immediately sets about undoing everything that I’ve tried to do for 25 years.”
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who died Feb. 13, had said in 2012 he would not retire until there was a more ideologically congenial president in the White House. “I would not like to be replaced,” he said, “by someone who immediately sets about undoing everything that I’ve tried to do for 25 years.” Jim Mone The Associated Press
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who died Feb. 13, had said in 2012 he would not retire until there was a more ideologically congenial president in the White House. “I would not like to be replaced,” he said, “by someone who immediately sets about undoing everything that I’ve tried to do for 25 years.” Jim Mone The Associated Press

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