Trump ripped the Times again for its Kavanaugh article justification
President Trump on Tuesday, Sept. 17, blasted the New York Times again when its reporters blamed the editors for removing the key information from the article against Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The president said in a tweet that it was not the editors but the Times itself that made the mistake. "The New ...
Trump called The New York Times employees ‘involved in the Kavanaugh smear story’ should resign
President Trump on Monday, Sept. 16, ripped The New York Times for its controversial reporting on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and called for the resignation of The New York Times employees who were involved in Kavanaugh story. “I call for the Resignation of everybody at The New York Times involved ...
Brett Kavanaugh releases first opinion as a Supreme Court Justice
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh delivered his first opinion for the high court Tuesday in a case concerning the Federal Arbitration Act. The Supreme Court adopted a pro-arbitration bent in recent years. Arbitration is a dispute resolution process that takes place outside courts. Advocates of arbitration say it provides for the settlement ...
All 83 misconduct claims against Kavanaugh were dismissed
Judges say complaints of misconduct, including accusations that Kavanaugh made false, unduly partisan and disrespectful statements to senators, must be dismissed because he has been confirmed to the Supreme Court and federal law governing judicial conduct applies only to lower court judges
New York Witches to Aim Hex at Justice Kavanaugh
‘Counter hexes’ and prayers also planned around the country
6 Big Moments in Trump-Stahl Rumble on ‘60 Minutes’
Much of Donald Trump’s “60 Minutes” interview Sunday consisted of responding to veteran CBS News reporter Lesley Stahl’s questions on what have been Democrats’ talking points for months. During one exchange, President Trump described to Stahl how the media treated his predecessor, President Barack Obama, much differently. “I disagree, but I don’t want to ...
Kavanaugh Hears First Arguments as New US Supreme Court Justice
Kavanaugh, after a bruising confirmation process, says he will be 'an independent and impartial justice'
Trump Staging Ceremonial Swearing-in for Kavanaugh
US leader, Republicans hoping confirmation of Supreme Court justice will energize conservative voters in November congressional elections
Kavanaugh Sworn in As Supreme Court Justice
Narrow Republican majority in Senate nearly unanimously supported his appointment to become country's 114th Supreme Court justice while all but one Democratic lawmaker opposed his nomination
McConnell: Kavanaugh Fight Will Help Republicans in November
'Nothing unifies Republicans like a court fight,' Kentuckian says
Kavanaugh Confirmation Provokes Sharp Reactions
White House, lawmakers, policy groups weigh in
US Senate Confirms Kavanaugh for Supreme Court
Saturday vote for Kavanaugh gives Supreme Court a conservative majority
What the FBI report on Kavanaugh really tells us
The new FBI report on Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh that was being reviewed by senators Thursday makes it clear that there is absolutely no reason to further delay the confirmation vote on his nomination. America would be well-served if the Senate seats this extraordinarily qualified judge on the nation’s ...
Full remarks Sen. Susan Collins made to explain why she’s a Yes on Kavanaugh
Sen. Susan Collins delivered these remarks on the Senate floor Oct. 5 to explain why she had decided to vote to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Mr. President, the five previous times that I have come to the floor to explain my vote on the nomination of a justice to the United ...
Factbox: Witnesses in the Kavanaugh FBI probe
The FBI has completed its investigation; here’s what is known about that investigation
Kavanaugh sails through hearing despite Democrats’ criticism
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats hoping to block Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation pivoted Thursday to the deeply contentious issue of abortion after disclosure of an email he once wrote suggesting the high court's landmark Roe v. Wade ruling wasn't universally considered settled law. But their long-shot chances of defeating him ...
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