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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer suggested Tuesday that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh had deceived him during the hour-and-a-half one-to-one meeting in the Capitol, and claimed that Kavanaugh had failed to provide the guarantee that the right to abortion would not be repealed if it is confirmed.

Schumer is wide pages were a preview of the lines of attack democratic U.S. senators are expected during Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing in September

“The judge would not reply or could not remember important moments of his term in office. He acknowledged that a part of the White House’s reaction to the Enron case, but they could not find any details about what he has done. … His lack of memory on almost everything, what is not real,” Schumer, D-NY, said, referring to the Kavanaugh’s five years as a lawyer in the Bush administration. “This is a bright man.”

Asked later by a reporter if he was accused, Kavanaugh, to lie, Schumer said flatly, “I’m going to leave it at what I said.”

The top Senate Democrats went on to criticize Kavanaugh the answers to his questions on the right to abortion a Central issue for moderate Republican senators that could be crucial in securing or denial of Kavanaugh’s confirmation.

“I understand that the judge said that other members today that he said Roe v. Wade is settled case-law,” Schumer. “He has not said that to me.”

The landmark 1973 Supreme court ruling struck down anti-abortion laws in the whole country by the finding that an implicit constitutional right to privacy protected the right of women to terminate a pregnancy in varying degrees, depending on the trimester.

Schumer said: “I asked judge Kavanaugh to the question: I asked him whether he agreed that Roe v. Wade and Casey v. planned Parenthood, were correctly decided. He would not say Yes. That should send chills down the spine of every American who believes in reproductive freedom. … He would give me no security that he believed that ROE or Casey were correctly decided, or left alone.” The Casey decision further clarified the right to an abortion.

“Judge Kavanaugh has a special obligation to his views on this subject is clear,” Schumer said, the dismissal, he said, were Kavanaugh ‘ s comments during its meeting, that all the judges would say, a deer, the law was settled. “No other President someone to the Supreme court of justice has nominated, after you said, ‘I’m just someone who rushes to Roe v. Wade to nominate.'”

Trump, who said this during the 2016 presidential campaign, the deer would be cancelled “automatically”, if he would appoint several judges, has since said that his advisers told him to, Supreme Court nominees, and whether she would overturn Roe.

Earlier Tuesday, Kavanaugh, Sr., Susan Collins, a moderate Maine Republican, said that Roe v. Wade is settled law. Schumer had played down the comment, saying more is known will be required, about his views on abortion.

Schumer told reporters, “of course, we, Roe know to settled case-law. We need to know whether judge Kavanaugh’s opinion, it was the right decision.”

Schumer also took issue with Kavanaugh’s earlier writings on presidential power, said: “It is not very shockingly, the President would have with a subpoena.” Trump’s legal team argued repeatedly that a hypothetical subpoena for documents or testimony of Special Counsel, Robert Müller would not be legally justified.


Also on Tuesday, Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., she said, remained noncommittal after meeting with Kavanaugh. McCaskill is one of 10 democratic senators up for re-election this year in the States, the President Trump won in the year 2016. Trump won Missouri by almost 19 percentage points, and McCaskill is under intense pressure from outside groups to sway their vote.

McCaskill said she spoke with Kavanaugh Tuesday about his views on the warranty of the Missouri residents maintain access to health care. She says she also talked about his views on “remove dark money from politics, and guaranteed to powerful corporate interests have the upper hand over individual Americans.”

Kavanaugh is meeting with legislators prior to hearings to begin after labor day.


Meanwhile, Democrats its browse files for the lines of the attacks, digging in his years with the Bush White House, where Kavanaugh worked as an attorney. Kavanaugh served under Bush from 2001 to 2006. Democrats have said certain documents disclose his views on high-profile issues, including the right to abortion and the torture of terrorist suspects.

“His lack of memory on almost everything is not real. This is a bright man.”

– Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer

The nominees of the years for independent counsel Ken Starr are also under the microscope. The media reports have investigation recently on a 20-year-old memo in which Kavanaugh allegedly against President Bill Clinton, then type in a “Pause” in the Monica Lewinsky.

Democrats have expressed frustration about how they receive documents that they requested Kavanaugh long tenure in Washington. In particular, they have complained that most of the released documents are from Bush’s attorney, Bill Burck, who is the test, rather than the conventional method carried out by the National Archives. She said Burck could well be a source of tax potentially embarrassing elements.

Schumer and other top Democrats last week threatened to sue you, the National archives, if more documents are not handed over, pursuant to your Freedom of Information Act request.

The Republicans have allowed the release of over 100,000 pages Kavanaugh papers, including papers from his time as White House counsel to Bush, his later work as an appellate judge, and his previous time as an aide to Starr, who investigated Clinton.

More are on the way to be released. Democrats want to document the release of all Kavanaugh, including his three years as White House staff Secretary, the Republicans have refused, at the request of the National Archives. The archive says such alone, a total of several million pages could.

Schumer on Tuesday also commented briefly on the whirlwind news of the day, including the confession of ex-trump lawyer Michael Cohen campaign Finance violations, and the guilty verdicts on eight counts in the bank, and tax, fraud trial against the former trump-campaign-Chairman Paul Manafort.

“I understand the President is going to a rally,” Schumer said, referring to trump is scheduled, the West Virginia rally in the evening. “He was better to talk about pardons for Cohen and Manafort tonight — or any time in the future.”

Schumer had no additional questions from reporters on the Cohen and Manafort situations, to say, he didn’t even check, all the details.

Fox News’ Brian Flood and The Associated Press ontributed to this report.

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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