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Trump in Las Vegas, on Kavanaugh’s confirmation vote: “I don’t think you can delay it no longer

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Sean Hannity speaks with President Trump on Kavanuagh, the Russia investigation and the midterm elections in the Las Vegas rally.

President Trump on Thursday night told Fox News that he thinks that Brett Kavanaugh’s “outstanding personality,” it deserves a vote on his Supreme Court nomination, adds: “I do not think you can delay more.”

The remarks came during an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity a “Make America Great Again” – rally in Las Vegas, where Sen., Dean Heller, R-Nev., is up for re-election.

Christine Blasey Ford claims that Kavanaugh forced himself on you and covered your mouth, the was in the 1980s, when Kavanaugh was 17 and she was 15.

Before the rally, Trump added that Ford should be given the opportunity to have “your say and let’s see how it works.”

“But I don’t think you can delay more. You have delayed it a week already,” Trump.

“I say, let her say what she has to say. And let’s see how it all comes. But they have been delayed a week. And you have to get on with it,” said Trump.

In the extensive interview with Hannity, the President also briefly alluded to, Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the current Russia’s investigation, calling it a “witch hunt.”

“Well, it has come to an end. It is so bad for our country. I call it the witch hunt. It is so bad for our country,” Trump said.

Heller, a well-established, given the Democratic Republic of Jacky rose, as in a vulnerable position, before the November midterm elections in a state that Hillary Clinton claimed in the year 2016.

Trump lost, Nevada, Clinton, 46 percent to 48 percent.

Fox News has ranked the Senate race is a tossup.

Unbelievable: Senator Heller, just released, a credible sexual assault allegation as a “hiccup” – and predicts what is yet to be soon confirmed. #NVSen https://t.co/jqJY2vzzlQ

— Jacky Rosen (@RosenforNevada) September 20, 2018

But, as Heller claims, to tell a self-confident attitude when speaking to reporters in Reno last week, “Oh yeah, oh yeah. I’m going to win.”

The GOP candidate has aligned itself with the trump card on issues such as tax reform and stronger border security, although he once said that he “vehemently” against the President and was a campaign donation.

“Eighty percent of what has been done to this President is very, very good, very positive,” Heller said. “The other 20 percent … he has a reality show. I get it. It is a reality show.”

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The confirmation process for Kavanaugh has proved to be problematic for Lighter.

The Nevada reported Independent and the New York Times, Brighter on Wednesday described the excitement over sexual assault allegations with Kavanaugh as a “hiccup” and the judge would ultimately be confirmed.

In response, rose tweeted, “Unbelievable: Senator Heller, just released, a credible sexual assault allegation as a ‘hiccup.'”

Heller, in a statement Thursday obtained by the Associated Press, said he does “not believe that sexual assault are allegations of any kind of a hiccup.”

Fox News’ Kaitlyn Schallhorn, Gregg Re, and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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