The day has come where President Donald Trump couldn’t find a bunker to hide in, and was forced to face the reality that many American people simply want him out of office.
Trump was barracked with loud boos and taunting chants when he arrived at the Supreme Court, to pay his respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Justice Ginsberg lost her ongoing battle with metastatic pancreas cancer on September 18th. She 87.
While standing silently on the steps of the Supreme Court with First Lasy Melania Trump by his side, and surprisingly wearing a mask, onlookers took the opportunity to boo at Donald Trump, shouting “Vote him out!”
Other members of the public could be heard screaming “Honor her wish!”
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s dying wish, according to BET.com, “My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.” However, last week Trump claimed her last words were written by Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi or Chuck Schumer. Bader Ginsburg’s granddaughter confirmed her grandmother’s wish earlier this week. Along with Mitch McConnell, Trump has vowed to nominate another Supreme Court pick ahead of the November 3rd election.
This isn’t the first time Trump has found himself with no where to turn when faced with reality.
Trump was booed in 2019 during Game 5 of the World Series, which he and his family attended in Washington, DC. When asked about the unexpected welcome, Trump said, "The chants were appalling but certainly to be expected when you're in the heart of the swamp," said White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany. "I travel with the President all across the country -- Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Florida, Nevada -- and everywhere we go, the streets are lined with support like I don't think any other president has had previously."
When Trump travels throughout the United States, he usually meets with his supporters, according to CNN. While campaigning this week in Pittsburgh, 45 noted it’s been some time since he’s been heckled during a public event.
"You don't see that much. I don't want to bring it on, but you don't see it much anymore," Trump said.