Brett Kavanaugh '90 Nominated to US Supreme Court

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Last night he confirmed Brett Kavanaugh as his choice for the court in a move that has anxious liberals and womens' groups. "Based on his written opinions, Judge Kavanaugh has demonstrated a deficiency in a constitutional judicial philosophy of a limited judiciary". Mike Lee, R-Utah, to the Supreme Court, but there is some hope for those holding out for a third SCOTUS vacancy for Trump to fill with a conservative.

"The two of them attended Georgetown prep together, they were just two years apart in high school", said Boehm. His track record in decisions and dissents makes it clear that Kavanaugh is unlikely to become another David Souter, a particular bete noire among conservatives who still smolder over Souter's development into a liberal voice on the Supreme Court.

The Democrats are now pressuring Republicans who support access to abortion services to oppose the nomination.

"When they say they will obey settled law you can't believe it", Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said Monday.

Conservative Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh plunged into his confirmation battle Tuesday, meeting face-to-face with Senate leaders in what promises to be an intense debate over abortion rights, presidential power and other legal disputes that could reshape the court and roil this fall's elections.

The evening reportedly saw protesters "screaming back and forth at each other" amid a "heavy law enforcement presence", with anti-Trump activists chanting "Kavanaugh has got to go!" and brandishing "Protect Roe" and "Don't Criminalize Abortion" signs.

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Though he authored the report that suggested grounds for Clinton's impeachment, Kavanaugh eventually came to reverse course, questioning whether a sitting president should be subject to the burdens of criminal proceedings. "And a President who is concerned about an ongoing criminal investigation is nearly inevitably going to do a worse job as President".

It is not yet a done deal as the nominee must be confirmed by the US Senate, which Trump's Republican party narrowly controls by 51-49.

Kavanaugh in the past has made statements about respecting precedent that could help in winning over senators, particularly Murkowski and Collins.

Democrats are certain to press Trump's latest nominee on the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion nationwide, a decision some conservatives - particularly conservative Christians - have long wanted to overturn.

To complicate the math further, with the midterms looming, some Democratic Senators in traditionally Republican states may also cross over and vote in favor of Kavanaugh, said Jon Miller, CRTV's White House correspondent. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, Sen.

Kavanaugh has been a law and political insider for decades, with some referring to him as the "Forrest Gump of Republican politics". "Judge Kavanaugh is a brilliant legal mind, and is well suited to follow in the footsteps of Justice Kennedy, for whom he previously clerked". He previously served for five years in the White House under former USA president George W. Bush. Kavanaugh had a similarly rough ride in 2006 before getting a pass on confirmation on a 57-36 vote.

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