By JOHN KANELIS / email@example.com
It’s fair to ask: Is Donald Trump going to venture to the Capitol Building to pay his respects to the first woman ever to lie in repose in that structure?
Yes, that would be the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Trump has said that Justice Ginsburg led an “amazing life.” So far, that’s the extent of his public comments on the passing of the judicial icon.
Make no mistake that politics plays a role here. Does Trump possibly anger the wacky MAGA base of supporters who fervently oppose virtually all the opinions that Ginsburg rendered during her 27 years on the high court simply by appearing next to RBG’s casket?