"I am honestly undecided". No one will ever completely agree with a nominee (unless of course, you are the nominee).
July 30, 2018I have expressed my concern over Judge Kavanaugh's record on warrantless bulk collection of data and how that might apply to very important privacy cases before the Supreme Court.
The Kentucky Republican previously expressed reservations about Kavanaugh's opinion on privacy and national security. He tweeted last week that he holds his "constitutional duty to advise and consent on every Presidential nominee to serve on the Supreme Court" very sacred, and said he will "never immediately oppose or support a Supreme Court nominee". "And that worries me". "Manchin making a craven political calculation once the outcome has already been decided", Morrisey said. The same poll shows a majority of voters in three other states Trump won with Democratic senators, Alabama, Indiana, and North Dakota, also say the Senate should confirm Judge Kavanaugh.
Both senators support abortion rights, and liberal advocacy groups are arguing that Kavanaugh's confirmation would undermine Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision. Several Republican senators are still on the fence about him. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of ME, who have bucked the Republican Party on previous issues dealing with women's reproductive rights.
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Even though Imran Khan's PTI falls short of numbers to form a government, the chief announced that he will take oath in August. He added later: "The credibility or the legitimacy of this process, that is for the people of Pakistan ".
Republican leaders hope to have a quick confirmation by this fall.
Democrats and Republicans have sparred in particular this week over Kavanaugh's staff secretary records. She was confirmed anyway, thanks to Democratic swing votes. After the meeting, which lasted over two hours, Manchin remained tight-lipped as to how he meant to vote. "So I don't want to have it sort of in a vacuum", the Senator said. "It gave us a lot to work on", Manchin told reporters.
Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, the chairman of the Judiciary Committee tasked with holding hearings on Kavanaugh's nomination, said this week that Democrats' "bloated demands are an obvious attempt to obstruct the confirmation process".
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