Graham Thinks Kavanaugh Will Be Confirmed


After reading a quote from New York Sen.

There was obviously some ire expressed towards Flake for calling for a one-week delay on the Senate vote in order for the FBI to squeeze in its investigation.

"I'm going to make sure that, when this debacle's over, that we look at what happened to deter it in the future", said Sen. Add Supreme Court as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Supreme Court news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

"You're looking for a fair process?" Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) said.

Press Secretary Sarah Sanders also tweeted her support for Graham's words.

Regardless of whether he is confirmed, Kavanaugh said, they have already done that. It's a Senate process. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., over allegations made against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Several women in the audience stood up when Ford finished testifying after more than four hours and said loudly, "Thank you, Dr. Ford!" Only three people had the letter: people in Feinstein's office, a Congresswoman from California, and Ms. Katz and the legal team.

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It seems Sen. Graham's viral remarks at Thursday's hearing portended decisive action.

"Somebody betrayed her trust for a political goal", Graham told ABC's "This Week". "If you vote no, you are legitimizing the most despicable thing I've ever seen in my time in politics". "And my problem is with the people who did this to him, not how he responded". "I have not asked that question directly". Chris Coons (R-CT) told CBS's "60 Minutes". "None! She's as much of a victim as you are", he said, pointing to Kavanaugh. "But if I were unjustly accused that's how I would feel as well".

Thankfully, he had one advocate in the Senate Judiciary Committee that perhaps did more to keep Kavanaugh's confirmation alive than Kavanaugh himself: Republican Sen.

He specifically refereed to the statement by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who said back in July that he would "fight this nomination with everything I've got".

"As a matter of fact, she said she couldn't even get a search warrant or arrest warrant in a case like this".

Kavanaugh and Graham were both following the Trumpian model: When in doubt, deny, rage, downplay and then attack your accusers as partisan plants. "You have to be responsible for your own conduct". More than any other time this year, I think Republicans want to take to the ramparts and man the battle stations. She was expected to endure it, no matter how degrading, stupid or useless the questions asked of her.

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