Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said if there is "one thing" she would change in America, it would be the Electoral College, the Mercury News reported.

Speaking at Stanford University, she also decried the partisan bickering in Washington, wishing she could "wave a magic wand" and have everybody get along again.

Ginsburg noted her good relationship with top Republican Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah.

Asked about several other topics, Ginburg said that if she were "queen", she would abolish the death penalty nationwide.


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Ginsburg, a Bill Clinton nominee, would not reveal her opinion of Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump's nominee to replace the late Antonin Scalia.

Scalia and Ginsburg, though ideological polar opposites, famously had a good rapport on the court.

Ginsburg, 83, touched on personal topics during her visit as well, saying that former Justice Sandra Day O'Connor helped advise her while she underwent chemotherapy for colorectal cancer.

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