Sen. Hirono: Dems should focus on midterms, not on impeaching Kavanaugh

Demonstrators protest against Kavanaugh in front of the Supreme Court

Demonstrators protest against Kavanaugh in front of the Supreme Court

"I want to apologize to Brett and the entire Kavanaugh family for the bad pain and suffering you have been forced to endure", Trump said at the evening White House event.

Just a couple of days ago, Trump said of Kavanaugh from Egypt, where she ended her first major official trip overseas without her husband President Donald Trump, "I think he's highly qualified for the Supreme Court".

"The crowd in front of the US Supreme Court is tiny, looks like about 200 people (& most are onlookers) - that wouldn't even fill the first couple of rows of our Kansas Rally, or any of our Rallies for that matter!"

According to WCCO's Reg Chapman, the Minneapolis FBI said they are aware of the tweet.

"The tactics that have been employed both by Judiciary Committee Democratic senators and by the virtual mob that's assaulted all of us in the course of this process, has turned our base on fire", said McConnell. In an interview, Jones said he thinks there is more support for Kavanaugh in Kentucky than the nation but said it's too soon to tell if it will have a significant impact on an election that is more than two years away.

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Democrats fought tooth and nail to stop Kavanaugh's candidacy, claiming that the accomplished, conservative-minded judge was not suited to the Supreme Court, which will now tilt decisively to a more Republican-friendly panel.

Then, once Trump was elected president, McConnell used his Senate majority to push Neil Gorsuch and now Brett Kavanaugh into Supreme Court seats. If the Senate and House go in opposite directions, it's rare and will prove a bump from the Trump-Kavanaugh combo.

It drew the line under a bruising nomination process defined by harrowing testimony from a woman who says Kavanaugh tried to rape her when they were teenagers - and by his fiery rebuttal. "And I think it's really going to show you something come November 6", when the midterms are held, Trump added.

"He's a great person and it was very, very unfair what happened to him", Trump said during remarks to the International Association of Chiefs of Police's annual convention.

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President Donald Trump speaks with reporters on the South Lawn of the White House, Oct. 8, 2018, in Washington.

Trump is apologizing to Kavanaugh and his family for "the awful suffering you have been forced to endure".

Judge Merrick Garland speaksafter President Barack Obama announced him as his nominee to the Supreme Court.

"It was all made up", Trump said.

A separate, public swearing-in ceremony is planned for 7:00 pm (2300 GMT) Monday in the White House's East Room. "The fact that they were willing to use Dr. Ford's story that was uncorroborated to launch character assassinations on Judge Kavanaugh did not sit well with voters".

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