Ruth Bader Ginsburg reveals why she didn’t retire when Obama could nominate her successor

Nicole Lyn Pesce
Ruth Bader Ginsburg reveals why she didn’t retire when Obama could nominate her successor

The Supreme Court justice and “liberal lion” defended her 26 years serving on the highest court in the country with NPR’s Nina Totenberg at a New York event on Wednesday. “It has been suggested by more than one commentator, including some law professors, that I should have stepped down during President Obama’s second term,” said Ginsburg, 86, as reported by CNBC. Plus, work gives the Notorious RBG life.