Democrats Agree To Confirm More Of Trump's Judicial Nominees - Again

Brett Kavanaugh is the first member of the Supreme Court to hire an all-female class of law clerks

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While Democrats hold most statewide offices in Washington, the political split in the Legislature is much narrower: Democrats now hold a one-seat advantage in the Senate and a two-seat advantage in the House.

Republicans sitting in upscale suburban districts - incumbents like Virginia's Barbara Comstock, California's Mimi Walters and Colorado's Mike Coffman - are counting down their final days in office, and "tribalism" is even endangering popular Republican incumbents in Democratic districts, like California's David Valadao.

"You can not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for", adds Mrs. Clinton, the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, before cutting to left-wing protesters pounding on the doors of the U.S. Supreme Court. She may be the most vulnerable Democrat running.

"There is no reason Democrats should be making any deals with Mitch McConnell to make it easier to confirm more radical conservatives to the courts". That remains the likely outcomes because there are essentially two different elections going on - one, in the Senate, in mostly pro-Trump, conservative, rural states and one, in the House, in upscale, diverse, suburban congressional districts.

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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".

Democrats counter that the Kavanaugh fallout has enraged many women voters upset with the way the Senate confirmation battle turned out, likely increasing Democratic turnout in November and threatening Republican control of the House of Representatives. Henderson said they all relate to the hearings, not to his conduct as a judge.

"He looks at the numbers and sees that he is doing poorly everywhere but his base, so he decides for his own personal sanity and his own personal kind of ego sense that he says, 'All right, I'll just look at how well I am doing among my base and just talk to my base.' So that is part of the reason he is doing it". Joe Fain is seeking re-election to his third term under the cloud of a sexual assault accusation. At that point, RCP gave Democrats 44 seats that were either safe or not up and Republicans 47 seats. Among the findings in the investigation were that Sawyer sent a House employee "inappropriate and offensive" text messages over a period of three months. "Without hesitation", Heitkamp told reporters, she believed Ford. None of the witnesses the women said would corroborate their claims did so, and Kavanaugh passionately denied the allegations.

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