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Judge Jeanine Pirro went off on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, calling for her impeachment after she criticized Donald Trump publicly. 

Justice Ginsburg expressed regret this morning over the "ill-advised" statements after she triggered widespread outrage by entering the political fray. 

The Outnumbered hosts weighed in this afternoon, with Judge Pirro explaining that federal judges' code of conduct prohibits them from engaging in politics. 

"The remedy is impeachment," said Pirro.

She pointed out that Ginsburg would have to recuse herself in the event that the presidential election comes down to a Supreme Court decision, as it did in 2000. 

Harris Faulkner noted that by bashing Trump, Ginsburg implicitly endorsed Hillary Clinton. 

Pirro ended by saying this is yet another example of an official in a "rigged system" doing or saying something that they know is wrong. 

"You've got the Supreme Court, the Attorney General, the president, the candidate - everybody's doing things that they know isn't allowed!" 

Watch the full discussion above and don't miss Judge Pirro on Justice, Saturday night at 9:00 ET, LIVE from Cleveland!

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