Nancy Pelosi says Democrats will demand Trump's tax returns

Nancy Pelosi says Democrats will demand Trump's tax returns

Nancy Pelosi says Democrats will demand Trump's tax returns

While it is unclear for how numerous 49 picks McConnell plans to seek a pre-election deal with Schumer, the majority leader recently confirmed to Politico that he plans to follow his victory on Kavanaugh with more judicial confirmations before the midterms.

"It's a great frustration", he said. In his remarks Kavanaugh stated "Although the Senate confirmation process tested me, as it has tested others, it did not change me".

In her October 5 speech announcing her decision to support Kavanaugh, Collins said: "Some of the allegations levied against Judge Kavanaugh illustrate why the presumption of innocence is so important".

"It's turned our base on fire", Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said.

One of the ethics complaints claims Kavanaugh lied about the sexual assault allegation against him, Buzzfeed News reported. Susan Collins seems to be drawing the most ire over her eloquent rebuke of those who sought to sink the Kavanaugh nomination. Trump has said Alaskans will make her pay.

"We have to have the truth", she said.

As the newest member of the court, Kavanaugh will take on a few special jobs.

When Trump made his case against Feinstein at a rally Tuesday night, the crowd in Iowa chanted "lock her up". Feinstein has denied the leak.

Republican Rep. J.T. Wilcox, who has been involved in fundraising for Republicans running in the House where more than a dozen seats are in play, said there's no question that he's anxious because "the national wind is blowing in our face".

President Donald Trump's second Supreme Court nomination was heavily protested by Democrats and liberal activists before Trump had even named Kavanaugh.

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We get the feeling that our country has crossed a line here. Republicans thought they would finally overturn the law as the court had eight justices appointed by Republican presidents.

Kavanaugh was confirmed Saturday to the Supreme Court in a vote of 50-48, ending the acrimonious battle that tackled sexual assault allegations and challenged the #MeToo movement in a nationwide reckoning. McConnell, who opposed the bill, has so far refused to bring the legislation to a vote on the Senate floor.

"It requires a lot of force", he said, "more than you might think".

It's not unusual for Republicans and Democrats alike to sharpen their rhetoric as elections draw near in hopes of drawing loyal voters to the polls. "Without hesitation", Heitkamp told reporters, she believed Ford.

There's been speculation that Grassley might hand the gavel over to South Carolina Republican Sen.

"It's not going to be from our caucus, I can tell you that", he said. In April, the committee voted to approve bipartisan legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller from being fired in the midst of his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. "I don't know a thing", he said.

"It's not my job to do a routine sort of daily critique of the president's observations", he said. I think of these red states where Democrats had shown some promise like Tennessee and Texas. In a letter to the Senate Judiciary, his women law clerks wrote that he is one of the strongest advocates in the federal judiciary for women lawyers and the legal profession is a more fair and equal place because of him.

He's expecting a "relatively lively" lame duck session after the election and did not shy away from a possible federal government shutdown over funding for Trump's border wall.

"In my humble opinion, in this area, we have made one royal mess", he said.

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