Just days after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, Vice President Mike Pence was photographed calling President Donald Trump to offer condolences and the most recent addition to the list of officials to give their condolences was former Vice President Joe Biden. Ginsburg passed away at the age of 85 on Tuesday, September 18 at her home in New York. “Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an extraordinary woman whose pioneering efforts on behalf of all people — both old and young — transcended even the most progressive age,” said Pence. “Under Ruth’s leadership, the Supreme Court has witnessed some of the most important rulings of our lifetime and, in doing so, bolstered the progressive cause for justice.”

Among those participating in the condolences were Ginsburg’s colleagues, including the four-term judge and her co-defendant on the bench, Justice Sonia Sotomayor. “I feel sick and I pray that we never have to go through this,” she told a crowd of schoolchildren in 2015. “May you rest in peace and may your love, Ruth, love you.”

As for the current administration, Sarah Huckabee Sanders told Fox News “As the President said, we mourn with her family tonight.” On Twitter, Trump sent his deepest sympathies to Ginsburg’s family and mentioned the death during his most recent address on the United States’ withdrawal from the Paris climate accord. “Ruth was a great justice, a woman of principle and integrity, a great judge, a great friend, and the greatest lady to the country she loved,” he tweeted. “She will be greatly missed. God Bless, Ruth.”

Guests who have spoken out in Ginsburg’s honor include celebs like Tom Hanks, who described his new friend as “a courageous justice who refused to accept political correctness as a means to advancing her cherished rights,” George Takei, and Tim Daly. “Today, she has joined those who see justice through light, and rather than bedevil our society with dark-sounding words, the sky could not be more blue,” Daly said. “Ruth served her country with distinction, and the First Amendment was her compass. In the service of justice, she dedicated her life to serving all, and to spreading the word of equality with honest honesty.”

Ginsburg’s Senate seat is up for grabs in November. As reported by Vox, Democrats have declared their intention to seek to replace her. In a statement, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee chairman Adam Kinzinger said that “Ruth was a revolutionary and devoted champion of justice and equality for all. She was a pioneering and great jurist, a modern-day Harriet Tubman, and an extraordinary friend to the nation. We now turn our attention to her legacy.”

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