Published: Sat, October 20, 2018
Medicine | By Ray Hunter

Feinstein 'Absolutely' Supports Revisiting Kavanaugh Allegations, She Says in Debate

Feinstein 'Absolutely' Supports Revisiting Kavanaugh Allegations, She Says in Debate

According to the poll, 6 in 10 Republicans say Kavanaugh was entirely truthful in his testimony, compared to fewer than 1 in 10 Democrats.

"All Republicans support people with pre-existing conditions, and if they don't, they will after I speak to them", he said on Twitter.

"We had to negotiate with the Democrats and spend more on the domestic side than I would have preferred", McConnell said. 9 millimeter, side of the fucking head!

Reines, said Clinton "describes herself as a Rorschach test - that people see what they want to see".

"It's just the way he presented himself, the way he answered questions. That means Democrats are going to say, 'We gotta go do something to try to change this'". "To me, he was covering up a lot of things". Kavanaugh denied the claim and subsequent allegations which arose in the weeks leading up to his confirmation.

While Reines argues that Clinton is a Democratic stalwart, she's also tainted: by her shock loss against Trump in 2016, by a history of scandals that Trump seems only too delighted to remind the public of, and by her association with the watery centrism that Democratic voters are moving leftwards from.

Regardless of party, Americans are roughly evenly divided on whether or not the Senate Judiciary Committee treated Kavanaugh fairly. In contrast, 42 percent thought the committee was unfair to Ford while 30 percent said it was fair to her.

When asked about how he thinks Republicans will fair in the upcoming November election, Graham said "everything is breaking our way".

The president also reportedly told the AP that while he believes he has been doing and effective job in rallying supporters ahead of Election Day, the fact remains that some of his supporters have said they won't vote because he is not on the ballot. Republicans are likewise trying to seize on anger among conservatives at how they perceive Kavanaugh was mistreated. Add Supreme Court as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Supreme Court news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Reines became Clinton's press secretary in 2002 while she was a senator from NY and, from that point on, has been in her inner circle of most trusted and influential advisers.

As far as supporters go, some are sexual assault survivors still angry that the U.S. Senate confirmed Kavanaugh's lifetime appointment to the nation's highest court despite accusations that he had sexually assaulted multiple women.

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