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George and Kellyanne Conway honor Ginsburg

George and Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne Elizabeth ConwayPence's relationship with Trump fractures in final days Kellyanne Conway condemns violence, supports Trump in statement on Capitol riots Kellyanne Conway calls for violent Capitol protesters to 'just STOP' MORE agreed Friday that Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader Ginsburg, George Floyd among options for 'Remember the Titans' school's new name Bipartisan anger builds over police failure at Capitol Lindsey Graham praises Merrick Garland as 'sound choice' to serve as attorney general MORE "led a remarkable life of consequence."

"She worked with passion & conviction, inspired many women, offered hope to other cancer survivors," Kellyanne Conway tweeted, which was retweeted by her husband with the "100" percent emoji.

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The Supreme Court announced Friday night that Ginsburg died of pancreatic cancer.

It was a rare show of unity from the Conways, who often share diametrically opposed views on social media. Kellyanne Conway is a former longtime adviser to President TrumpDonald TrumpIran convicts American businessman on spying charge: report DC, state capitals see few issues, heavy security amid protest worries Pardon-seekers have paid Trump allies tens of thousands to lobby president: NYT MORE, while her husband helped found anti-Trump group the Lincoln Project.

Both Conways stepped away from those positions in August to spend more time with family.

Ginsburg's death brought bipartisan praise from every corner of the political world Friday.