Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh is a BIG baseball fan

Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh is a BIG baseball fan

Claire McCaskill as she campaigns for re-election.

The most vulnerable Democratic senators heading to the midterms include Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Joe Donnelly of IN - all of whom voted for Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch past year.

"I love this idea that somehow if you have Judge Brett Kavanaugh confirmed to the Supreme Court, that that means that women by some magical force field are going to be prevented from going and seeking health care", Loesch said on "Fox & Friends" Thursday.

The women said Judge Kavanaugh achieved "rare gender parity" on the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, hiring 25 women and 23 men as law clerks.

"As the committee reviews the full record, unless they are completely satisfied that Judge Kavanaugh will in fact respect such basic principles as a justice on the Supreme Court, they should oppose his nomination".

Trump is backing McCaskill's front-runner Republican challenger, Attorney General Josh Hawley.

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Trump's announcement that Kavanaugh would be his pick for the Supreme Court immediately launched the highly polarized fight in the US Senate, testing both sides' abilities to unify their ranks just months ahead of the hugely consequential midterm elections. "I've not seen that with Judge Kavanaugh", Sen.

While President Trump stands staunchly against the Clean Power Plan, a Supreme Court decision narrowing the authority of the EPA to regulate greenhouse gasses could limit the ability of future administration's to change course.

Republicans have a 51-49 majority in the Senate. If all Democrats band together against Kavanaugh, they would still need one Republican to cross over to defeat him.

Justice Neil Gorsuch, the Supreme Court's latest addition to the bench, reported $3.6 million and $10.5 million in assets on his latest financial disclosure. They are already coming under heavy pressure from Republicans to vote for Kavanaugh. "We cannot afford a nominee who could serve as the deciding vote to take us back to the days when powerful insurance companies wrote the rules", she said in a statement. "We call it an attempt to bork the nominee", the Kentucky Republican said during a speech on the Senate floor, The Hill reported.

"We have to win over two different sets of senators", said Fallon.

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