In the context of reports, the White House tries to find the potential replacement of the Supreme Court's justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sen. Lindsey Graham (RS.C.) said he would make it his mission to appoint a conservative.  Graham, president of the Senate judiciary, said during an interview on "Fox News Sunday" he would fight to further increase the GOP flow on court if Ginsberg, who has been treated for lung cancer, goes down.
"I hope Justice Ginsburg will serve for a long time, but if there is an opening at this court, I will be hell-bent on putting a conservative to replace the one who steps down for whatever reason," Graham told Chris Wallace. [1
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"My democratic colleagues felt when they were responsible, we should confirm the judges by majority vote," Graham said. "They changed the rules to accommodate President Obama, they tried to stack the court, they never thought [Hillary Clinton] would lose, so what you want is Harry Reid and Chuck Schumer's desire to stack the court on their democratic clocks coming back to haunt them. "
Graham said he would" urge the president to appoint a qualified conservative "if Ginsburg's seat opens." 19659002 "Hopefully, the person will come through and I expect it to be along party lines "Graham added." And that happens when you change the rules. This has come back to bite them, I predicted it and we will see. "
Ginsburg, 85, has worked from home and will be absent for another week from the court's oral arguments, according to Axios.