Senate divided over the recent investigation in Kavanaugh case

October 5, 2018 - By Justin Balkhi

The results of the investigation performed by FBI agents against Brett M. Kavanaugh, the Judge, and Republican representative, and personal nominee of President Donald Trump, divided Senate into opposite sides.

Kavanaugh is a suspect in a sexual misconduct case, and the main reason of disaster inside the Party. The Senate has to take a hard decision this Friday morning and vote whether Trump’s man is going to go to Supreme Court.

There are 4 senators who still undecided what side they are on, Joe Manchin, the 3rd, Democrat from West Virginia, Jeff Flake, Republican from Arizona, Susan Collins, Republican from Maine, and Lisa Murkowski, Republican from Alaska.

Republicans were confident that despite new facts, and strong accusations, Senate will want to cut debates on Kavanaugh’s nomination and move to the confirmation on Saturday.

Judge Kavanaugh, meanwhile, is doing everything to reassure all senators, that he has finally restored his calm temperament, after very emotional defense last week, during the public hearing.

He said, his former reaction was provoked by wrong accusation and his own frustration. In a statement, he said that on Thursday, last week, he was very emotional, and his tone has been sharp, and he said things he should not. However, he hopes that he will be understood by others, as he had to defend himself, as a dad, husband and son.

According to Republicans, there is no evidence found by FBI that can confirm accusations in misconduct and sexual assault.

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