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Does the GOP need to confirm Kavanaugh or kissing between elections?
Rush Limbaugh sends a warning to the Republicans in the Supreme court confirmation battle; The “number” is not responding.
President Trump used a warning by Rush Limbaugh on Tuesday, to put pressure on fellow Republicans Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court will confirm what the control of Congress at stake.
“Rush Limbaugh to Republicans:” you can’t kiss tweeted goodbye to the mid-term elections, if you get highly qualified Kavanaugh approved,” Trump, as the Kavanaugh confirmation in limbo amid several allegations of sexual misconduct.
Rush Limbaugh to Republicans: “you can’t kiss goodbye to the mid-term elections, if you get highly qualified Kavanaugh approved.”
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 25, 2018
In his show on Monday, conservative talk-radio icon Limbaugh Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and other Republicans warned not to allow Democrats to delay a vote on Kavanaugh until after the November mid-term elections.
“If the Republicans, these votes and have confirmed Kavanaugh, you can kiss said the mid-term elections goodbye,” Limbaugh. “You can hold a kiss goodbye to the house, and you can kiss goodbye to the Senate.”
He said the Republicans have already shown they are open-minded and listen to Prosecutor Christine Ford want to testify, but Democrats have continued to try and delay the process.
“If you do not, the execution of this vote, in spite of all of this … then you can kind of kiss goodbye to Republican chances in the midterm elections in November. Because people say, ‘What good is it?'” Limbaugh said.
Kavanaugh and Ford, who throws him to have sexually assaulted, they are planned on a party, when they were still teenagers, both to testify on Thursday in an election-season hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
In a second allegation, another woman, Deborah Ramirez, told The New Yorker that Kavanaugh, sat on a drunken Dorm party at Yale University in the 1983-84 school year. Kavanaugh has denied both allegations.
Trump on Tuesday called for the consideration of the second Prosecutor said she has “nothing”.
Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other Republicans have on the Democrats accuse the railway Kavanaugh by the use of decades-old, “vague, unfounded and unsubstantiated” allegations of sexual misconduct
“Justice Questions. Evidence Affairs. Facts matter,” said McConnell.
The leader of the chamber, Democrats fired back, demanding that McConnell will excuse Ford for his claim that the Democrats are using the accusations to lead a smear campaign against the candidacy.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, said McConnell’s comment “many, many women”, the stock exchange allegations, he said: “you are doing a noble cause gone with sexual harassment.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.