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Who has President Donald Trump Nominated to Replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg?

Washington: Recently, Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at the age of 87 years due to cancer. Her demise led many wondering who will President Donald Trump selects to fill the vacancy created by the death of RBG.

Amy Coney Barrett has been selected by the US President Donald Trump to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg less than 40 days before the US Presidential election. Barnett, 48, was also nominated by Donald Trump for the position of the Judge at the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.

She lives in Indiana with her husband and seven children. She has studied from Rhodes College and the University of Notre Dame. Some of her most notable works include United States v. Watson, Navarette v. California, Kanter v. Barr, and many more.

Her appointment amounts to one of the biggest steps taken by the US President Donald Trump days before the Presidential election.

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