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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she has "no doubt" that sexism played a role in Hillary Clinton's 2016 defeat.

Ginsburg said at New York's 92nd Street "Y" that there were "so many things that might've been decisive" in President Trump's victory, but that sexism was a "major, major factor."

Jesse Watters said that sexism may have played a role, but in the opposite manner.

"What if Hillary benefited from sexism?" he asked, questioning whether more women voted against Trump because Clinton is a woman.

Kimberly Guilfoyle said that Republicans will vote for a female presidential candidate, so long as that person is a strong candidate who reflects their fiscal and social values.

Ginsburg was appointed by Clinton's husband, former President Bill Clinton.

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