The oldest member of the Supreme Court has spoken out on a few issues.

FOX's Dave Anthony reports:

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she'd like to make some changes:

(Ginsburg) "One is the electoral college."

And that got a big cheer at Stanford University Monday night, though she added it would take a constitutional amendment. Ginsburg says she doesn't like how partisan politics has become:

(Ginsburg) "I wish there were a way I could wave a magic wand and put it back when people were respectful of each other."

The 83-year-old was appointed by a Democrat, President Clinton. And remembering her confirmation, Ginsburg says Republican Orrin Hatch was a big supporter:

(Ginsburg) "I think today he wouldn't touch me with a 10-foot pole."

This as Neil Gorsuch meets this week with Senators. President Trump's nominee to replace the late Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court.

Dave Anthony, FOX News.