Democrats sounded the alarm about the potential Supreme Court nomination of federal appeals court Judge Amy Coney Barrett over her ties to the Federalist Society and criticism of Roe v. Wade.
Trump vowed to choose a woman to replace Ginsburg, and Barrett has emerged as the apparent front-runner.
"I'm saving her for Ginsburg," Trump said of Barrett when he tapped Brett Kavanaugh to replace former Justice Anthony Kennedy in 2018, according to Axios.
Barrett, 48, has been a cause of concern for Democrats since she her confirmation to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in 2017.
Barrett criticized Roe v. Wade, though she acknowledged that the court would "probably" let the precedent stand.
But Barrett later said that the court was likely to chip away at some abortion protections in 2016.
"Amy Coney Barrett meets Donald Trump's two main litmus tests," Nan Aron, the president of progressive advocacy group Alliance for Justice, told The New York Times. »