Ruth Bader Ginsburg Opens Up About Her 'Saturday Night time Reside' Doppelganger

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Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Ruth Bader Ginsburg speaks during the Cinema Cafe with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Nina Totenberg during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival at Filmmaker Lodge on January 21, 2018 in Park City, Utah.

Over the weekend, Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg shared her own #MeToo experience to an audience at the Sundance Film Festival.

According to The Cut, Ginsburg said, "Every woman of my vintage knows what sexual harassment is, although we didn't have a name for it".

Ginsburg said sexual harassment was a permanent fixture of female professional life, before detailing a college professor's lewd overtures to her when she was a student. "'I'll give you a practice exam, '" Ginsburg recalled.

Ginsburg's statement that she intends to stick around through 2020 is a pretty clear message to conservatives that if they want to be sure to have their way with the Constitution they'd better hang onto the White House and the Senate in the 2020 elections.

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Shumba then combined with his captain for a promising 49-run stand for the fourth wicket but that stand was broken by Anukul. Earlier, Riyan proved his mettle by scoring three fifties in four innings during the tour of England in July a year ago .

Ginsburg subsequently went to the instructor's office, saying, "How dare you?"

As more and more women have publicly accused high-profile men of harassment and assault, some have expressed concern about a potential backlash that could undermine the movement.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says thanks for asking, but she has no plans to retire anytime soon. "So far it's been great".

When Ginsburg began teaching at Rutgers Law School in 1964 she said that she quickly realized she was being treated differently than her male colleagues. He responded, "Professor Ginsburg, Columbia has excellent Wall Street lawyers representing them and would you like a cup of tea?" When Totenberg, a longtime friend of the justice and NPR legal affairs correspondent, remarked that Ginsburg likely did well on the chemistry test, Ginsburg answered dryly, "I deliberately made two mistakes". "When I see women appearing every place in numbers I'm less anxious about backlash than I might have been 20 years ago". She added that she really liked SNL actress Kate McKinnon's impression of her.