Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Antonin Scalia didn't let differing views affect friendship, son Chris Scalia says
Added 09-19-20 09:29:01am EST - “Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, who died Friday at 87, and the late Antonin Scalia shared a special bond. Scalia's son reflects on 'Fox & Friends Weekend'” - Foxnews.com
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Reflecting on Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday at 87, the son of the late Antonin Scalia hailed the Supreme Court justices' unlikely but special friendship.
"They held very strong, very different views. They wrote opinions that disagreed with each other's opinions -- and they didn't pull any punches in those opinions -- but they never let those strong, deeply held beliefs get in the way of their friendship," Chris Scalia said Saturday on "Fox & Friends Weekend."
"They didn't compromise those beliefs for each other, but they didn't let it disrupt their relationship," Scalia said of his conservative father and the liberal Ginsburg.
Scalia shared a story about the humor the justices shared, noting it was one of the reasons they got along so well: "They cracked each other up."
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