Amy Coney Barrett takes the constitutional oath as a judge of supreme court just after about a week before the election day of the United States of America. As a matter of filling the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she was elected by the Senate of 52-48 votes. And she is now nominated by the US President Donal Trump to take the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Amy Coney Barrett takes the oath in front of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas in a White House ceremony. President Donal Trump thanked the senate community by telling that today is a "momentous day" for the constitution and the rule of law of the United States of America.
Several Republican senators were also present in the White House ceremony and they praised Barrett's intellect and poise. They also said that Barrett is the right person and must take the judicial oath.
Only because of being Trump's third Supreme Court nominee, some of the Senate Democrats tried to slow down the confirmation process of taking oath as a judicial judge. But they failed to succeed. Also, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. praised to Amy Coney Barrett.