White House prepares to REPLACE ailing Ruth Bader Ginsburg as Trump aides quietly signal his allies should gear up for another Kavanaugh-style Senate fight | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


White House prepares to REPLACE ailing Ruth Bader Ginsburg as Trump aides quietly signal his allies should gear up for another Kavanaugh-style Senate fight

She's the subject of a Hollywood biopic and is very much alive, but the White House has been in contact with Senate Republicans about possible replacements for the ailing 85-year old Supreme Court justice.

The White House is even working on a short-list of possible nominees to replace Ginsburg, who broke her 25-year streak when she began missing oral arguments on Monday.

The White House counsel's office is even trading names with the office of new Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham. Politico published a list of them Thursday.

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