President Trump was met with loud boos and chants to “vote him out” on Thursday morning while paying respects to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

This comes two days before he is set to pick a new nominee despite Ginsburg’s dying wish and protest from Democrats – and some Republicans – that her seat not be filled until after the election. 

Trump and first lady Melania Trump briefly joined mourners outside the Supreme Court, where Ginsburg is lying in repose for a second day. 

As Trump emerged from his motorcade, a large crowd of mourners outside the court began to boo at the president.  

While standing by the casket, Trump is seen standing solemnly while the crowd chants loudly: “vote him out” and “honor her wish.” 

Thursday is Ginsburg’s second and final day at the supreme court before she’s moved to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol, the first woman to receive that honor.

Ginsburg’s death last week after a long battle with cancer kicked off a heated debate over whether she should be replaced less than two months before the November election.

In final statements dictated to her granddaughter, Ginsburg, 87, said it was her “most fervent wish” that her seat not be filled until a new president is chosen.

However, despite pushes from Democrats to wait and two dissenting Republicans announcing they would hold on a vote, it appears Republicans may have the votes they need to confirm a nominee this year after Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney said Tuesday he would support filling the vacancy.

Trump has said he will announce his chosen nominee on Saturday at 5:00 p.m. local time. Trump has vowed to choose a woman, with two judges—Amy Coney Barrett and Barbara Lagoa—appearing to be frontrunners.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has promised to hold a confirmation vote before the November election.