U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is "up and working" and making jokes after being hospitalized with rib fractures, her nephew said on Thursday at the premiere of a new movie about her early career fighting for women's equality.
On Friday morning, before the Supreme Court announced her release from the hospital, President Donald Trump told reporters at the White House that he had good wishes for the leader of the court's liberal wing, despite harsh words between them previously.
Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said Ginsburg planned to work from home Friday.
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The Supreme Court's next session is scheduled for November 26.
Health scares are nothing new to Ginsburg, who was appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1993.
The next sitting of the Supreme Court isn't until November 26th, so once again, she's not likely to miss a day of work. The court is now divided 5-4 in favor of conservatives, and the Republican-controlled Senate is poised to confirm any of Donald Trump's potential Supreme Court appointments for the next two years.
She is now the oldest judge on the bench but seemingly has no plans to retire, as she has already hired law clerks for the term that extends into 2020.