It wasn’t her final ruling. Ruth Bader Ginsburg has apologized for her recent criticism of Donald Trump. When speaking about Trump earlier this week, the Supreme Court justice didn’t mince words: She called the Republican presidential hopeful “a faker” and joked about moving to New Zealand if he’s elected. But backlash to her remarks, including Trump calling for her resignation, has led 83-year-old Ginsburg to offer a public apology. It’s an unusually vocal response from the notoriously tight-lipped Ginsburg, and has caused a political Twitter storm about the balance between free speech and judicial impartiality.