McConnell Vows 'We'll be Voting This Week' on Kavanaugh

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In a screed delivered from the Senate floor, McConnell invoked the infamous name of Joseph McCarthy, and accused Democrats of using tactics similar to those employed by the former Wisconsin Senator in order to defeat the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.

Separately, the Senate Judiciary Committee made public late on Sunday a previously unreleased interview with Kavanaugh from September 26, before a public hearing with Ford, in which he denied all the allegations against him and committee Democrats declined to ask questions, saying they felt the FBI should investigate the allegations.

"One man, somewhere in the country, called my office in Arizona and left a message saying that he was exhausted of my "interrupting our president" and for the offense of allowing Dr. Ford to be heard - for this offense, my family and I would be 'taken out, '" Flake revealed. They forced the White House to open a supplemental background investigation of sexual misconduct allegations against the judge.

At an event in Boston earlier in the day, Flake said he was not a man without a country even though he sometimes feels he now lacks a party.

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Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) told the Forbes "30 Under 30" Summit Monday that the FBI Investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh has to be "real".

The morning after Ford and Kavanaugh both testified, Flake issued a statement indicating that he would support Kavanaugh.

Flake provided the decisive vote Friday to approve Kavanaugh's nomination in the Judiciary Committee and send the matter to the full Senate, but only after asking the panel to request an Federal Bureau of Investigation probe lasting up to seven days.

"For the past year, I've been speaking about the condition of our democracy because my conscience has required me to do it", Flake said.

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"This is very important to many of us", said Hedberg of protesting Kavanaugh's nomination. The stunning drama that unfolded last week - the highlights of which were Ford's gut-wrenching testimony of what she said happened to her 36 years ago and Kavanaugh's pained denial - has laid bare the hyperpartisan battle over what is supposed to be the least partisan branch of government. That's what you're telling me right now.

But in March, Flake told New Hampshire Republicans that someone needs to stop Trump in the 2020 presidential contest.

Maybe I'm just hopeful, but that sounds like a man with a primary challenge in mind. He said he may run - either as a Republican or an independent - if no one else does.

"I have been failing my tribe for some time now", Mr. Flake said. "The one thing I want is speed".

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He added: "Sometimes I had too many beers, sometimes others did".

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