When former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was running for office, the republicans used the argument of President Bill Clinton's affair as a continual weapon against Secretary Clinton. This is Secretary Clinton.
Kavanaugh also spoke about his views on how a judge should act.
Inciting chaos in D.C.
"You can not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about", Clinton said during a CNN interview.
"I think that we take back the House, we take back the Senate, we take back the presidency, and we pack the Supreme Court of the United States of America", Ocasio-Cortez said. "That is what they would like to get people to buy into, and it's just fundamentally not true". "More of these unhinged tactics?" "Apparently, this is the left's rallying cry". "The Senate and the nation will not be intimidated".
"Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) was chased out of a restaurant by protestors over his support of Kavanaugh. Sen. I think it would be a waste of time, frankly". And he pointedly noted that these activities followed last year's shooting of GOP lawmakers at a morning baseball practice by "a politically crazed gunman".
During the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Merrick Garland by Obama in 2016, Republicans argued that the next president should be the one to choose who the next nominee would be for the Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.
At Monday's East Room ceremony, Trump again invoked the rhetoric Republicans are using to frame the whole episode: Kavanaugh, Trump said, had been "proven innocent", even though critics say the investigation was not thorough enough to merit that conclusion.
Unable to derail the judge during the regular confirmation process, they lay in the weeds until it was over, and then sandbagged the judge by leaking to The Washington Post a confidential letter Dr. Ford did not want released.
"But the president's been true to form", the former NY senator insisted. Courtesy of the White House.
The allegations - that Kavanaugh drunkenly assaulted Ford in high school - led to an emotional day of Senate testimony by Kavanaugh and Ford, two weeks of controversy, and a reopened FBI investigation that many Democrats found too limited to be legitimate. He added that he would pursue the impeachment of Justice Kavanaugh.
McConnell defended fellow Republican Sen.
"That's ridiculous", Heitkamp told CNN's Anderson Cooper on Anderson Cooper 360, according to CNN". One thing both sides could agree on was the their overall disgust in the political display. Susan Collins seems to be drawing the most ire over her eloquent rebuke of those who sought to sink the Kavanaugh nomination.
"When I say we, you know, 'We kick 'em, ' I don't mean we do anything inappropriate". He has denied the allegations.
Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell predicted Wednesday that if Democrats take control of the House of Representatives and start investigating President Donald Trump, it could backfire on the party and create a political advantage for the President.
Anti-Kavanaugh protests rocked Capitol Hill throughout the confirmation process. Next to Arizona, which Democrats appear to be losing, Nevada could still offer a pickup opportunity for Dems to offset a loss in somewhere like North Dakota or Montana.
Polls have put her Republican opponent, Rep. Kevin Cramer, comfortably ahead.
"Yesterday they were talking about impeaching Judge Kavanaugh", said Trump expressing shock over the talk.
"They can not understand this movement toward victimization", Cramer said - referring to women in his family - during an interview with The New York Times Monday. "These are tough people whose grandparents were tough and great-grandparents were tough".