TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): We are just getting word that NPR is reporting, and so, with a grain of salt, take this please -- that on her deathbed, Ruth Bader Ginsburg said to her granddaughter, and I think I'm quoting, “My most fervent wish" -- as she died -- “is that I not be replaced by this president."
It's hard to believe -- and I'm going to choose not to believe that she said that, because I don't think that people on their deathbeds are thinking about who's president. You hope not. That's a pretty limited way to think as you die. But certainly, this will be used as a cudgel by the left, I would think.