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Liberals attack Brett Kavanaugh for 'frat boy' name

Liberals attack Brett Kavanaugh for 'frat boy' name

Ultraviolet, which claims to have 1 million online followers, is one of the groups that has warned that any Trump Supreme Court pick could spell doom for abortion rights and other issues of concern to women.

"There will be the usual attempts to sully his reputation not only in the Senate but outside the Senate but he'll be able to handle it", Sen.

He has ruled on hundreds of cases and contributed to prosecutor Kenneth Starr's report into president Bill Clinton's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, which outlined grounds for Clinton's impeachment.

Trump's pick will need to be confirmed by the Senate and can expect opposition from Democratic lawmakers. "They have had every opportunity to pass progressive legislation that ensure women have access to safe and legal abortion, but lacked the moral courage to advance what's right, putting their own personal political gain ahead of those they represent". They should not be subjected to investigations.

"The American people should have their eyes wide open to these stakes", said Sen.

That makes it a challenge for Kavanaugh to refute what Democratic leaders are saying.

The confirmation marathon is expected to drag on for months, and no date has yet been set for hearings.

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The appointment of Supreme Court justices was once a fairly civil and bipartisan affair: when Ruth Bader Ginsburg was nominated in 1993, Senators voted 96-3 to confirm her.

Hence the question: Does his enthusiastic statement about Kavanaugh suggest that he's more willing to do that now than he otherwise might have been, notwithstanding that it would greatly benefit his enemy Trump?

Both sides have begun airing ads and mobilizing voters for a long summer confirmation battle that will stretch into the fall. Republicans hold a narrow 51-49 majority.

Two weeks ago, after Kennedy announced his retirement, I asked whether McCain might step down to give McConnell a potentially crucial extra vote for the nominee.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) would not advance Garland's nomination because of the pending presidential election, citing the right of the next president - Democrat or Republican - to select Scalia's replacement.

National pundits have speculated that might have been part of Kavanaugh's appeal to President Donald Trump, who is highly critical of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russian interference in the 2016 election. That group includes Sen.

Like Manchin, Indiana's Donnelly is a vulnerable Democrat heading into the 2018 midterms. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and Sen.

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The professor establishes his liberal credentials early, noting that he "strongly supported Hillary Clinton for president as well as President Barack Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Merrick Garland".

Democrats hope to model their opposition on their successful effort fending off a repeal of the Affordable Care Act a year ago, despite a Republican majority in Congress.

"An "operative" makes it sound like someone who just sort of didn't care what the facts were and was only interested in painting it in its most unflattering" light, Leipold said.

What we do see is a thoughtful, intellectually curious man who has risen to the top of his profession because he is very, very good at what he does.

Trump picked U.S. Circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace Kennedy, 81, setting up a fight with a divided Senate. He said Congress should pass such laws.

But Kavanaugh's record complicates the Democrats' initial desire to focus exclusively on abortion rights.

The court majority agreed with EPA that it did not have to consider costs in protecting health and safety.

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The attorney says without question the high court will be moving further to the right when it comes to respecting the Constitution and the First Amendment.