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Feinstein: It is the frustration about this nomination
Deliver your opening statement at the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court hearing, sen Dianne Feinstein calls to prepare more time for the legislator to ask questions.
Sen Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., on Sunday the pressure on the two female Republican senators, however, agree with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, said the nominees look to the President as a “oligarchs”, which are not charged or investigated for a crime.
“The President believes he is above the law. And this candidate believes this President cannot be investigated, cannot be tried,” Feinstein said on the year of the woman instead of lunch at the Santa Barbara hotel, the reports of the Democratic women of Santa Barbara County, the Los Angeles Times.
“The President believes he is above the law. And this candidate believes this President cannot be investigated, cannot be tried.”
– Sen Dianne Feinstein
The senator stressed that the confirmation of Kavanaugh, depends on two Republican votes – Republicans Sens. Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, the two women, Feinstein said.
They also criticized the “hyper-partisanship” and the President “erraticism” and “lies.” She described the Special Counsel, to Robert Mueller’s investigation of the alleged Russian agreement with the trump campaign as the most important government probe of their time in the policy, the newspaper reported.
The event was the latest in campaign events you attended, to a stress-free victory in the coming November. While in the earlier surveys, Feinstein indicated strong lead against her opponent, state sen. Kevin de Leon, the latest survey suggests the race may be much tighter than previously expected.
Feinstein’s remarks at the event came after Kavanaugh grilled to four days on topics such as abortion and gun rights. The senator was criticized to abide by their election opponents for the decision you have to make the instructions in question Kavanaugh during the hearings, instead of the noise of the protesters, who interrupted often.
“We want to praise the protesters and stand outside with them, do not apologize for your actions. We need a Senator from California that will stand up, and #do not WITHSTAND to SUPPORT#,” tweeted de Leon and Feinstein apologized to the high court nominee for interruptions.
We are not to praise the protesters and stand outside with them, apologize for their actions. We need a Senator from California that will stand up, and #do not WITHSTAND to SUPPORT#. #Kavanaugh confirm ation hearings https://t.co/xcfHLVfrD3
— Kevin de León (@kdeleon) 5. September 2018
By Contrast, California, Sr., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., earned near-universal praise from progressive, Kavanaugh a more aggressive approach in the survey.
Despite the criticism, Feinstein, the participant was embraced by the event, give her a round of applause for their work to Kavanaugh.
The senator’s comments are sure to put pressure on Collins and Murkowski, the votes often swing in the Senate, as they sometimes broke from the rest of the Republican senators, and the vote against the confirmation of Kavanaugh.
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.