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Suspicious Letter Sent to Sen. Susan Collins’ Home

Critics have vowed Collins will face a tough re-election race in 2020 for voting to confirm Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

CNN /
American Bar Association drops review of Kavanaugh

The American Bar Association will no longer review its "well qualified" rating of Justice Brett Kavanaugh now that the Senate confirmed him, an ABA official told CNN Monday.

ABC /
Sen. Ben Sasse defends 'yes' vote on Kavanaugh on The View

Sen. Ben Sasse in his appearance on ABC's The View defended his "yes" vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

ABC /
WATCH: Sen. Ben Sasse explains why he voted to confirm Brett Kavanaugh

Sasse discusses his decision to confirm Kavanaugh, his relationship with the late Sen. John McCain and more on "The View."

NBC /
Trump says mockery of Kavanaugh accuser got him confirmed

"If I had not made that speech, we would not have won," the president says in a TV interview.

USA Today /
Trump on '60 Minutes:' 5 takeaways from Sunday's televised interview

From North Korea to Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination process to the 2016 election, Trump answered questions and, at times, verbally ...

CBS /
Trump says he thinks he treated Christine Blasey Ford with respect

Trump tells "60 Minutes" if he hadn't made a speech in Mississippi in which he imitated Ford, his Supreme Court pick, Brett Kavanaugh, wouldn't have been confirmed

Reuters /
Trump says he is 'comfortable' as president despite political battles

President Donald Trump said in an interview broadcast on Sunday that he was "comfortable" in the White House after almost two years in office, despite political storms over immigration, tariffs and his nomination of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Time /
Brooklyn Witches Plan to Put a Hex on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh

They've hexed President Donald Trump three times

ABC /
AZ GOPers glad Flake's leaving but seem not to care about demanding Kavanaugh probe

Sen. Jeff Flake earned national attention when he helped demand a delay in Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation process to allow for an FBI investigation.

ABC /
AZ GOPers glad Flake's leaving but seem not to care about demanding Kavanaugh probe

Sen. Jeff Flake earned national attention when he helped demand a delay in Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation process to allow for an FBI investigation.

MSNBC /
A 'Kavanaugh bump' is boosting GOP Senate candidates. But Trump is a different story.

President Donald Trump's approval ratings received a slight bump during the Kavanaugh fight. But Trump's framing of that fight as an attack on men helped give Republican Senate candidates a big boost.

USA Today /
'Voting is an act of resilience and resistance': Women's March activists try to turn up heat on GOP before Election Day

With less than four weeks to go before the midterm elections, tens of thousands of activists are expected to descend on Chicago and Massachusetts Saturday to urge voters to head to the polls and send a message about Brett Kavanaugh confirmation.        

ABC /
WATCH: Poll finds majority of Americans favor further investigation of Kavanaugh

Plus, a look at how the controversial confirmation process could affect the midterm elections.

NY Times /
What Civil Rights History Can Teach Kavanaugh’s Critics

A week after the justice’s controversial swearing-in, the African-American activists I study offer a lesson to those who are in despair: Failure is part of the process.

The Guardian /
Them review: Ben Sasse on Trump, America and how he's the man to fix it

The Nebraska senator, a critic of the president, makes an eloquent appeal for healing. His loyal voting record, however, counsels cautionBen Sasse, ...

Washinton Post /
Collins blasted ‘dark money’ groups in Kavanaugh fight. One just paid to thank her for her vote.

The Judicial Crisis Network poured millions of dollars into defending Kavanaugh. Now it's issuing an expensive thank you to Sen. Collins.

The Wall Street Journal /
Marsha Blackburn's Tennessee Turnaround

The Democrats’ treatment of Kavanaugh may end up saving Corker’s Senate seat for the Republicans.

CNN /
The Kanye West wing and other political GIFs of the week

Did Brett Kavanaugh really become a member of the Supreme Court less than a week ago? (Yes.) Did Kanye West wear a MAGA hat in the Oval Office? (Yes.) Was President Donald Trump on a campaigning tear this week? (Also yes.) Here are this week's political moments that you might not have missed, but might need to watch again.

USA Today /
Majority of Americans disapprove of Brett Kavanaugh, want further investigation: Poll

A majority of Americans don't approve of new Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh and would support an additional investigation into his conduct.        

CBS /
Sen. Joni Ernst says Senate has been damaged by the Kavanaugh confirmation process

Ernst talked about the Supreme Court confirmation process with CBS News' Major Garrett on "The Takeout" podcast this week

NY Times /
news analysis: Women Don’t Think Alike. Why Do We Think They Do?

Conservative supporters of the president and Brett Kavanaugh aren’t betraying their gender — they’re sticking with what they believe.

The Guardian /
Kavanaugh case requires caution | Letters

Laura Phillips and Jeremy Cushing debate the Senate hearings and the concept of innocent until proven guilty I must take issue with your ...

The Guardian /
Trump administration plans crackdown on protests outside White House

The administration has suggested it could charge ‘event management’ costs for protests and close 80% of the sidewalks Donald Trump has frequently and falsely crowed about the idea of so-called paid protesters, including most recently the sexual assault survivors who confronted senators in the lead-up to the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation. Now his ...

Washinton Post /
More Americans disapprove of Kavanaugh’s confirmation than support it, new poll shows

The Washington Post-ABC News poll also shows that a narrow majority says congressional investigation of the new justice should not end with his elevation to the court.

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