Dems use Manafort, Cohen as weapon against Brett Kavanaugh

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August 22, 2018

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The Senate should halt its consideration of President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee after Tuesday’s guilty verdicts against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and guilty pleas from former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, Democrats insisted late Tuesday.

Democrats have long argued that Republicans are trying to rush Trump’s pick, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, through the Senate confirmation process. But Tuesday’s surprising verdict and guilty pleas — along with Cohen’s claim that Trump instructed him to violate campaign finance laws — gave Democrats a new way to justify a complete halt to Kavanaugh’s consideration.

“A president who’s also an unindicted co-conspirator should not get to make lifetime appointments to the Supreme Court,” Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., argued Tuesday night.

Kavanaugh has slowly been meeting with Democratic senators in a bid to win confirmation by September, in time for the Supreme Court’s next term that starts Oct. 1. But he made Democrats nervous when a 2009 law article he wrote surfaced last month in which Kavanaugh indicated opposition to the idea of indicting a sitting president.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • Stan Lee says:

    The Dems would use anything in their libelous arsenal against this outstanding Judge. Dems could never tolerate the presence of such a constitutional supporter.
    Which is the very reason this nation needs his presence on the Supreme Court.

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