Brett Kavanaugh female law clerks say judge an advocate for women

Pablo Tucker
July 13, 2018

Claire McCaskill, released a 30-second television ad focused on the Supreme Court and warning that "our way of life is at risk".

But there's no need to worry about Kavanaugh's spending habits, because that debt of up to $200,000 was suddenly paid off, or fell below reporting requirements, last year.

As the Senate moves to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court, the attendance of one senator is still up in the air: U.S. Sen.

Gallup conducted the poll through telephone interviews with 1,291 people from July 2-8 ― just before President Donald Trump announced Brett Kavanaugh as his pick to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy.

"Tammy Baldwin's vow to obstruct Judge Kavanaugh shows that she'd rather stand with her Washington party bosses than do her job to defend the Constitution", National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) spokesman Calvin Moore said in a statement.

Trump is backing McCaskill's front-runner Republican challenger, Attorney General Josh Hawley.

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh listens to Sen. She has never voted against a Supreme Court justice nominee in a roll call. But they said the senators who examine the nominee on Judiciary Committee and the American public "should be aware of the important work Judge Kavanaugh has done to remedy those disparities".

The GOP is targeting Democrats up for re-election in states Trump won in 2016 - of which there are 10, not including Sen.

"I will do extensive research, consult with a lot of people, do an in-depth personal interview and watch the hearings", Collins said. Eighty-one percent of Democrats said they did not want Roe overturned, while 41 percent of Republicans said the same. Three centrist Democrats facing reelection in states Trump won by double digits voted to confirm Justice Neil M. Gorsuch previous year: Joe Donnelly (Ind.), Joe Manchin III (W.Va.) and Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.).

Even the Democrats who voted against Gorsuch have felt the weight of the Kavanaugh nomination.

The letter comes as his backers try to head off tough questions Kavanaugh is likely to face on issues like abortion and gay rights. "Stop playing political games and help us #StopKavanaugh". Both of the Republicans running for a chance to take her on support Kavanaugh.

Baldwin also added that she believes Kavanaugh would rule against Obamacare.

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