Conservatives dismissed Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's mea culpa for her public attacks on Donald Trump — blasting the regrets as simply "too late."
Within minutes of the jurists's "regret" about her "ill-advised" statement
concerning the GOP presumptive nominee, several conservative commentators took to Twitter to reject the apology.
Pundit Michelle Malkin slammed the jurist's "politicized diarrhea of the mouth, while National Review blogger Ed Whelan of the Ethics and Public Policy Center noted it would be "very funny" if Ginsburg's rants "ended up helping Trump."
New York Post op-ed writer Seth Mandel also weighed in, mocking the jurist's supporters, who have dubbed her as "Notorious RBG."
And blogger "Legal Insurrection" called Ginsburg's regret belated.
Meanwhile, the focus of the high court justice's criticism did not immediately respond to her walk-back.
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