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McConnell: Kavanaugh Deserved an Up-or-Down Vote

Newsmax Sunday, 7 October 2018
McConnell: Kavanaugh Deserved an Up-or-Down VoteSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he never would have pulled the plug on Brett Kavanaugh over the allegations of sexual misconduct because the Supreme Court nominee deserved an up-or-down vote - even if it failed.McConnell said in an interview Saturday with The...
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U.S. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell spoke with Reuters on Saturday on all things politics. McConnell said that the political brawl over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh... ...and his confirmation will help Republicans retain control of the Senate next month. He referred to the movement...

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