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The Senate judiciary Committee will still have the Kavanaugh vote on Friday?
Josh Holmes, the former Mitch McConnell chief of staff, describes how the Senate judiciary Committee votes on judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court on Friday, and the sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh.
The sex-crimes Prosecutor, a Republican set up, the question of Kavanaugh and Prosecutor Christine Blasey Ford Board on Thursday in the hearing, told senators the case would not hold up in a court room, sources Fox News—instructions, which could prove said, critically, as the legislature vary prepare to vote.
The Prosecutor, Rachel Mitchell, spoke at a night session, where all 51 Republican senators were present, two people are informed, the said at the meeting.
“Mitchell spelled it and it became clear with the senators, you could not take, that said, somewhere in the vicinity of a courtroom,” a source, Fox News. You told them you would not be charged for Supreme Court candidate, and allegedly said she would not even try to a search warrant.
Mitchell’s opinion to sway fence could be the votes of sitting senators in front of a critical Senate judiciary Committee-set for Friday afternoon.
It is not necessary for Kavanaugh to promote a majority approval of the Committee to the full Senate, but a favorable recommendation good for his nomination may be in jeopardy — and Vice versa.
In a critical development, Republican Sen. Jeff Flake announced Friday morning he is said to support Kavanaugh, “I left the hearing yesterday with as much doubt as certainty.”
With,, 48 Republican senators have now pledged to vote for Kavanaugh to the scheduled full Senate on Tuesday voted on. The outstanding Republican Sens. Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Mike Enzi of Wyoming. Enzi is expected to vote in support of Kavanaugh, but he’s not, said announced his position until he votes.
But Collins, Murkowski, Flake and Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, could the vote in the Block. The source said, Fox News, Collins, Murkowski, and Flake huddled with Manchin on the sidelines Thursday night to discuss the nomination, directly in front of the GOP lawmakers were briefed by Mitchell. She spoke for about 30 minutes.
“It is a difficult question. They offered good testimony, and so he did,” Flake”, who sits on the Judiciary Committee, said Thursday night before announcing his support. “If you have a claim, you want it to be, some confirmation. Where is the load? It is like charge. You don’t know.”
Republicans, including President Trump, stressed that none of the sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh in the last days, first-hand confirmation.
However, Ford insisted, on Thursday, the statement that Kavanaugh and a friend trapped her in a room during a high school Assembly in 1982, and the now-court-nominee-tried to force themselves on her before they escape. She said that she “100 percent” sure it was him, although Kavanaugh denied stubbornly.
Asked whether they help more time or investigation would, as Democrats proposed, repeated on Thursday, Flake, rejected the idea.
“Where does this begin, where does it stop?”, he asked. “More time, more ludicrous accusations. What does this mean for the defendant?”
Manchin, of deep-red, West Virginia, is seen as a possible “Yes” vote for Kavanaugh.
“No decisions were made,” Manchin reportedly said outside the hearing room. “There are some concerns that people have, and we try to close that loop.”
Democratic Sens., Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and Joe Donnelly of Indiana also don’t have to reveal which way they could vote.
Friday Morning, Sen., Bill Nelson, D-Fla., said that he would vote “no.”
Republicans hold a narrow 51-49 majority in the Senate, and only can afford to confirm a betrayal, in your offer, Kavanaugh, provided that you do not back up Democratic votes.
Other Republican senators whose votes are likely to be present in the air, such as Sens. Bob Corker, came to the support of the Kavanaugh late Thursday.
“While both people are available is a convincing testimony, nothing was presented, confirmed the claim,” Corker said in a statement, based on Kavanaugh and Ford.
Kavanaugh vehemently denied the accusations, Ritt claimed that the called against him by Ford, the process is a “national disgrace” and a “circus”.
“The Constitution gives the Senate an important role in the confirmation process,” Kavanaugh said in his opening statement. “But the advice and the consent with a search and destroy have been replaced.”
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., announced late Thursday, a full Senate vote Tuesday.
“I think we are going in the future,” Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, said. “I care about every single one of these votes.”
Fox News’ Chad Pergram and Gregg Re contributed to this report.
Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.