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Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh: A look into his finances

14 July 2018

"Throughout his judicial career, Judge Kavanaugh has demonstrated a strong commitment to upholding the law, rather than legislating from the bench".

Kavanaugh has been particularly skeptical of regulation that is only tenuously related to legislation passed by Congress, Shapiro said.

This is an election year, and Democratic senators facing GOP challengers in red states are no sure bet to oppose Kavanaugh.

With Kavanaugh, Trump is replacing a swing vote on the nine-member court with a staunch conservative already being cheered by top Republican senators.

"Judge Kavanaugh has sterling academic credentials".

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Separate from the disclosure forms, the White House said that between Kavanaugh's retirement account balance of $400,000 to $500,000, and the equity in his home in Chevy Chase, Maryland, he has about an additional million dollars in wealth.

As for Senator Nelson, he hasn't really said whether he'll agree to confirm Kavanaugh, only stating, he'll make his decision after meeting with Trump's U.S. Supreme Court pick.

Schumer told his leadership team that health care and abortion rights could pull in votes from Republican Sens.

Many of Heitkamp's colleagues-as well as her Republican opponent for Senate this November, U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D.,-shared their thoughts nearly immediately after the announcement. You have many critics who say that is a cover for a conservative political agenda.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Thursday expressed concerns, seeing his views on separation of power as "kowtowing to the president, effectively saying that the president is above the law". If Democrats are successful in either stonewalling her or making her confirmation hard - guess what becomes the number-one issue in 2018?

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"One of the Senate's highest constitutional responsibilities is to provide advice and consent on nominations to the Supreme Court, and I look forward to the Senate fulfilling this critical duty through a fair and thorough confirmation process".

Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., is struggling to sway senators to resist the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Politico reported.

Two moderate Republican senators whose votes will be crucial to his prospects, Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, both said they wanted to review his record carefully before making up their minds on whether to back him. The official said Trump decided on Kavanaugh because of his large body of jurisprudence cited by other courts, describing him as a judge that other judges read.

Among their targets are Joe Donnelly of Indiana, Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and Joe Manchin of West Virginia, as well as Doug Jones of Alabama, who is not up for re-election but represents a conservative state in the Deep South. He called Kavanaugh "one of the finest and sharpest legal minds of our time".

"When I was 15, I found a friend near death, bleeding to death from a back alley abortion", Frankel said, according to the Washington Examiner, which reported she held up the hanger and tapped it on the table.

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Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh: A look into his finances