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The collective sigh of relief from US liberals: Ruth Bader Ginsburg is doing better

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U.S. Constitutional Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg was released from hospital. It looks like an 86-year-old opponent of Donald Trump is gearing up.

Update, 11/25/2019, 7:55 am: U.S. Constitutional Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg was released from the hospital Sunday afternoon. "She's home and she's fine," her spokeswoman, Kathleen Arberg, told several U.S. media.

Ginsburg was rushed to Baltimore Hospital on Friday with fever and chills. There, the 86-year-old judge was immediately given fluid and antibiotics. Confirmed spokeswoman for Arberg opposite the "New York Times."

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Washington – U.S. Constitution Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg is hospitalized with fever and chills. As the U.S. Supreme Court announced Saturday, the 86-year-old was admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore following an investigation in Washington.

There she was given intravenous antibiotics and fluid. During Saturday the symptoms subsided, she might be able to leave the hospital on Sunday. Ginsburg has been repeatedly treated for various forms of cancer in the last two decades.

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Recently, in August, she had to undergo radiotherapy for a pancreatic tumor. Ginsburg belongs to the left-wing wing in the Supreme Court, which has fallen into the minority since the start of US President Donald Trump's term.

Trump has nominated two judicial-conservative judges to the Supreme Court. In a nine-member justice quorum, the Conservative camp now represents five members. Supreme Court justices are appointed for life. They often have the last word on socially controversial issues such as abortion, firearms, the death penalty, or gay rights.

Trump's opponents are concerned about Ginsburg's health

Trump's opponents fear for Ginsburg's health because their departure from the Supreme Court would give the president an opportunity to further extend the conservative superiority of the court. Ginsburg has been a member of the Supreme Court since 1993. At the time, she was the second woman to occupy the U.S. Supreme Court.

Gender equality is one of the priorities of her long career. In left-liberal circles, he enjoys "RBG" – as they call it – cult status. A documentary from last year about her career – "RBG – A Life for Justice" – was nominated for an Oscar. In addition, a feature-length film about Ginsburg is coming out in 2018. In "The Call – Your Fight for Justice," Ginsburg portrays Felicity Jones.

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