How did president jackson respond to the ruling of worcester v georgia?

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Jacksons response: "John Marshall has made his decision, now let him enforce it.
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It is often said that, in response to the
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He pretty much told the supreme court to go * themselves, and sent out the army to get the indians out of american territories and sent them to Oklahoma, a fate worse than death.
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either A or B. I know that Jackson tried to ignore the Supreme Court, so definitely not D.
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