Late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg became the first woman and first Jewish American to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol on Friday. Earlier this week, she became the first woman to lie in repose at the Supreme Court. On Friday morning, Ginsburg's casket arrived at the U.S. Capitol building, one week after she died at age 87 from pancreatic cancer complications. Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden paid his respects, as did many top congressional Democrats. While President Trump paid his respects when Ginsburg lay at the Supreme Court, he did not visit the Capitol Rotunda for Friday's ceremony. Trump plans to announce his nominee to replace Ginsburg on the court, reportedly judge Amy Coney Barrett, on Saturday.

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