Brett Kavanaugh spent a collegial first day on the bench as a U.S. Supreme Court justice on Tuesday that contrasted sharply with the venom of his confirmation process, taking an active role in arguments alongside his eight new colleagues.
"On behalf of our nation, I want to apologize to Brett and the entire Kavanaugh family for the awful pain and suffering you have been forced to endure", he said at the ceremony in the ornate White House East Room.
At the mention of Feinstein, who is the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee and the lawmaker whom Trump has accused of leaking to the media Christine Blasey Ford's allegation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her, the crowd here chanted "lock her up!" - a phrase that previously had been reserved for 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
"Our generation has found in you what those before us found in Professor Anita Hill: a heroism based not on greed, ego, violence, and self-serving nationalism but truth, vulnerability, and the courage to sacrifice one's own safety for the greater good", said the letter, which is posted on the me too website. It saddens me. Because our judicial system has been viewed as one of the main pillars of our constitutional government.
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Feinstein says: "Dr. Blasey Ford knows I kept her confidence, she and her lawyers said so repeatedly. I think, given our divides, it will pretty much fall predictably between those who are for and those who are against", Clinton said.
On Monday evening, Kavanaugh, 53, joined family members, friends and President Trump at the White House for a ceremonial swearing-in ceremony, at which the new justice tried to ease the partisan wounds from his confirmation process, during which he was accused of sexual assault when he was in high school.
Alaska Sen. Murkowski was the only Republican who voted against advancing Kavanaugh's nomination to a full roll call, and she voted "present" on the final tally.
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The Iowa Republican said that's only fair since the Senate would not consider then-President Barack Obama's nomination of Merrick Garland in 2016.
Some of Trump's allies have suggested he will replace Sessions, whom he has repeatedly criticized, after the midterm elections. Sen.
"That's a beauty. 'Did you leak the documents?' She goes 'no'". As of Sunday, 77 percent of Democrats say they are "very motivated" to vote this fall, while 68 percent of Republicans said the same, the Politico/Morning Consult poll showed.
President Donald Trump is rallying Republicans at multiple campaign rallies a week while Nancy Pelosi is motivating Democrats to come out in November. Mr Trump has spent the past few days relishing Mr Kavanaugh's confirmation, which appeared in doubt as recently as last week after three women made sexual assault allegations against the nominee.
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After the contentious Senate vote on Saturday that ultimately confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, those who voted for and against him have received varying amounts of praise and criticism. "And he toughed it out", Trump said at the International Association of Chiefs of Police meeting. The spectacle, in which more accusers and corroborators came forward, nearly derailed Kavanaugh's nomination.