Trump apologises to Kavanaugh over 'unfair' treatment

Accusations from other women followed, none corroborated. In a frequently-shouted sworn statement of his own, he decried the Senate for putting his nomination in jeopardy.

Trump will have an additional opportunity to celebrate the confirmation Monday evening when he and Kavanaugh participate in a ceremonial swearing-in ceremony at the White House at 7:00 p.m. Protests grew following numerous allegations against the judge regarding sexual assault as well as evidence that he committed perjury during his confirmation hearings and a partisan tirade in which he claimed "the left" orchestrated the allegations and threatened, "What goes around comes around".

Moreover, such a move would embolden President Trump to continue saying what he has been saying, which is that the Democrats are a radical left-wing party that stand only for impeachment-both of the newly-appointed Justice Kavanaugh, and of the president himself.

The swearing in of Kavanaugh as the Supreme Court judge comes after weeks of bitterly fought battle between the ruling Republican and the opposition Democratic parties.

Women also opposed Kavanaugh's nomination even before the sexual misconduct charges emerged, believing he will provide the deciding vote to weaken reproductive rights and perhaps overturn the landmark abortion ruling Roe v. Wade, as well as affect such other issues as LGBTQ rights and women's economic stability.

What's unclear is whether GOP unity is enough to preserve the GOP power in Congress. A really bad outcome looks less likely for the Republicans now - one where they lose 50 or more House seats and also come close to losing or lose the Senate.

"She was upset by it, yes, as any woman would be who's the victim of sexual assault who was mocked and belittled by anyone, never mind the president of the United States", Banks said.

He did not cite "tradition going back to the 1880s" but noted that Joe Biden, when he was the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee in 1992, said action on a Supreme Court nominee should be postponed until after an election "once the political season is underway". "Everything was uncorroborated", he told reporters in Topeka, Kansas. These are the very three justices-Republican president appointed justices-who authored the Casey decision, which reaffirmed Roe.

Debra Katz, one of Ford's attorneys, told NBC News on Sunday that it would be "quite some time" before Ford and her family could return home.

"The American public has seen this charade, and it was a disgrace". Kavanaugh was, in his words, "caught up in a hoax that was set up by the Democrats".

This week alone, he's expected to hold rallies in Iowa, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Kentucky. Chris Coons, D-Del., on NBC's "Meet the Press".

One of the most popular parts of the Affordable Care Act of 2010, a.k.a. Obamacare, is the fact that it prohibits insurance companies from denying health coverage to Americans with preexisting conditions-which could be anything from cancer to diabetes to asthma to anemia.

Democrats had fought tooth and nail to stop Kavanaugh's candidacy, claiming that the accomplished, conservative-minded judge was not suited to the Supreme Court.

  • Tracy Klein