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McConnell says conservatives ‘keep the faith’ Kavanaugh
The values voters summit, Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, speaking, judge Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed that the Supreme court “in the very near future”; the reaction of lawyer and journalist Tim O’brien.
Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell expressed confidence Friday that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed despite the sexual assault allegation against him, promising supporters: “We plow through it.”
“President Trump an amazingly successful individual has nominated. Have you watched the fight, you have observed that the tactics, but here is what I want to tell you that in the very near future, judge Kavanaugh, the Supreme court of the United States,” he told supporters at the values Voter Summit in Washington, DC
Kavanaugh’s roiled was nominated by a charge of Christine Blasey Ford, pinned her on a bed and trying to your clothes at a party in high school 36 years ago. Kavanaugh has denied the allegations.
But the bombshell claim led to calls from Democrats, who say they believe Ford’s account for a delay on the vote until it is a full FBI investigation and further hearings-while slamming Republican efforts to Ford to testify on Monday.
Republicans, in turn, accuse the Democrats try to force a delay until after the November mid-term elections where the Democrats in the hope that control of the Senate. You also have sen criticized Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., not to mention, the accusations earlier, despite knowing about them in July.
But McConnell, told the audience, “keep the faith”.
“Don ‘T get confused by all of this, we plow through it and do our job,” he said, to the applause of the crowd.
President Trump later provided support for McConnell’s attitude, to say that the Democrats ” goals “disabled & resist & delay”.
“Let her testify, or not, and you TAKE THE VOTE!” he tweeted.
To Interfere with Senator Feinstein and the Democrats instead of the letters for months to solve the only with a Bang, after the negotiations were OVER – in a very targeted manner & to Resist and Delay. Let your testimony or not, and you TAKE THE VOTE!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 21, 2018
Ford has said that it would examine, attest to, if certain conditions are met. The Republicans in the Senate judiciary Committee to discuss how to go on, and it remains unclear whether a new hearing will take place next week.
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