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Trump replacing Ginsburg could reshape Supreme Court for a generation

“It will be a reason for more people to vote … I think there will be people who choose to vote for Trump because of this, but I suspect there will be more people more motivated to vote on the Democratic side, largely because of who is being replaced,” says Charles Zelden, he’s a political science professor at Nova Southeastern University.

Trump replacing Ginsburg could reshape Supreme Court for a generation

“It will be a reason for more people to vote … I think there will be people who choose to vote for Trump because of this, but I suspect there will be more people more motivated to vote on the Democratic side, largely because of who is being replaced,” says Charles Zelden, he’s a political science professor at Nova Southeastern University.

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