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The senator added that "President Trump could nominate George Washington and they would all be up in arms". Before that, Kavanaugh worked for Bush in the White House and during his election recount with Democratic opponent Al Gore in 2000.

A press release by the Women's March organization slamming Kavanaugh received criticism for writing "In response to Donald Trump's nomination of XX to the Supreme Court of the United States", implying that they would oppose whoever the nominee was.

Democrats have shared concerns with Kavanaugh's partisan past and conservative rulings-earlier this year he wrote a decision calling the Consumer Protections Bureau "unconstitutional", and last fall he dissented from fellow justices on a decision allowing an undocumented teen to seek abortion. All four sitting conservatives on the Supreme Court have long-standing ties to the Federalist Society, and Kavanaugh would follow that trend.

Democrats in red states facing re-election in November face a "nightmare" over the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court - ultimately coming up against "a lose-lose situation", pollster Doug Schoen said Wednesday.

That said, it is a decision that is entirely up to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, and the Iowa Republican made clear to CNN's Manu Raju on Tuesday that he needs time to get his arms around the scale of the documents and review process before he locks in a timeline. He also elevated William Rehnquist from an associate justice to chief.

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" England are one of the favourites to win the World Cup and you have to respect that", he said. I'm happy that he used the little advice we gave him in the last few years in a very good way".

Serving two terms didn't help his successors get more picks. Justice Sonia Sotomayor is the only former trial judge.

Senate Democrats, who are divided on abortion policy, are instead turning to health care as a rallying cry for opposition to Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee.

Back when Justice Kennedy first announced he was resigning there was some immediate speculation about ways in which Democrats could prevent the GOP from replacing him.

While the majority in state Jones represents is likely to be very supportive of Kavanaugh, it's equally likely that those who voted Jones in to office in 2017 will be equally unsupportive.

Collins has backed all three conservative justices nominated by Republican presidents while she has been in office. The next oldest Republican-appointed justice on the court is Thomas, who at 70 could serve for another decade or more.

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Shortly after these reports, Kozinski announced his immediate retirement on December 18 and apologized, saying he had "a broad sense of humor and a candid way of speaking to both male and female law clerks alike".

"While the response is more polarized by partisanship, voters who identify or are registered as independents hold at 59 percent 'yes.' Similarly, a 55-percent majority of self-described 'moderate" voters agree their senator should confirm President Trump's pick". Breyer, who turns 80 in August, was asked last week during an appearance in Colorado if he was contemplating retirement. John Cornyn of Texas, the No. 2 Republican, and Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah was already talking as though a third Trump nominee is assured.

"Now is the time for the American people to make their voices heard, loudly, clearly, from one end of this country to the other".

Hatch didn't theorize when that might be, but Trump noted on the campaign trail that Scalia's death was "a surprise". "But they didn't think him and all of a sudden he's gone". "I know what you're trying to do".

In that case, Agri Processor claimed that undocumented workers were not covered by the National Labor Relations Act of 1935 because a more recent law ― the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 ― said it was illegal to knowingly employ them.

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