A day after U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was found dead, with no witnesses to her death and no suspect found, things kicked off with strong reactions from Vice President Mike Pence, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and President Donald Trump himself.

As night fell, the president was living it up in the Rose Garden with the state department in the background, firing questions at Sanders, who had earlier warned a member of the press corps that she would speak up if they leaked a blistering quote from the vice president about his White House press secretary.

As was reported on Wednesday, President Trump gave a talking-to to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Here is a roundup of the reactions in the tweets below:

Vice President Mike Pence “as stunned as any other American.” — Roseanne Barr (@therealroseanne) September 19, 2020

@realDonaldTrump “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these days, there’s gonna be someone new, there’s gonna be somebody new, there’s gonna be somebody great?”

You said it, heard it, seen it — President Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 19, 2020

Standing with the Vice President of Israel, Vice President Mike Pence. #IsraelTalks — Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) September 19, 2020

From Iran’s interior minister. To the vice president: “We will put on good health and strength so the American people don’t fear you.” — Carter Page (@chatterbox) September 19, 2020

“There’s no worse feeling in America, because she is no longer with us. And I’m sure many of us who were in front of her today, for all our successes in this country, we are going to miss that being there. She put an indelible mark on my life.” -US Sen. Paul Ryan pic.twitter.com/j92Ts1z0d0 — Oval Office (@OvalOffice) September 19, 2020

For months. She now has nothing. Somebody please explain to me how Donald Trump can mention her name without a whimper. — Chris Christie (@Chris_Christie) September 19, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg deserves a medal for changing the dynamic in the world for ever and ever. She may not have changed our social norms, but she made it clear why she mattered. pic.twitter.com/5fPg6VXXce — Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) September 19, 2020

The wonderful, great Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg deserves a medal for changing the dynamic in the world for ever and ever. She may not have changed our social norms, but she made it clear why she mattered. pic.twitter.com/vfjB7yJDZQ — Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) September 19, 2020

God, the evil wizards of evil..nothing I can say to the innocent world that follows me …. well, it’s life, but it’s so. Because then the lines would have been blurred..as I said.. so I can’t speak. — Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) September 19, 2020

“I saw a dark side”

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who “saw a dark side” when she “struggled to balance her legal duty with a soul searching sense of the plight of others.” https://t.co/BMEA8u5m1a — CNN (@CNN) September 19, 2020

“I simply saw the beauty in all the imperfections.”

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the “tough judge” and an “eye witness” to the darkness of the world

“I simply saw the beauty in all the imperfections” pic.twitter.com/sCPRb4ZRYp — John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) September 19, 2020

If anyone should have ever wondered what Ruth Bader Ginsburg meant, it’s us, especially when we consider the surprise death of another towering intellect and example for American women in the wake of Title IX.