He says it would backfire and help Trump in 2020 the way President Bill Clinton's impeachment cost Republicans two decades ago. "Republicans believe in the rule of law - not the rule of the mob".
"The Democrats are willing to do anything, to hurt anyone, to get the power they so desperately crave", Trump said at a rally in Minnesota last week.
"When they go low, we kick them". "We knew the Democrats were fired up". The brutal nomination fight left a huge portion of Americans feeling dispirited, as the protests and the frantic calls to the senators fell on deaf ears. "We don't do anything illegal", said Holder.
"You can not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about", Clinton said during a CNN interview. "If no deal, Senate will be back next week", he added.
CNN quoted a senior Senate Democratic aide as saying: "Democrats and the country would have been better off if Mr. Avenatti spent his time on his Iowa vanity project rather than meddling in Supreme Court fights". Heitkamp said she was concerned about Kavanaugh's temperament after his emotional performance before the Senate Judiciary Committee. McConnell has called it a political gift.
And Kelley Paul, the wife of Kentucky Sen. Cory Booker about how fearful she was after her family's home address and information was posted amidst the Kavanaugh debate. "If you look at where the competitive Senate races are, many of them are in states where this makes a huge difference". "The Washington Monument is like a big middle finger now".
"It is essential that [senators] are authentic and that they are accurate in their communication".
"It requires a lot of force", he said, "more than you might think".
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Tuesday's cases involved the 1984 Armed Career Criminal Act, a "three-strikes-and-you're-out" criminal sentencing law that boosts prison sentences for people who are convicted of crimes involving guns if they previously have been convicted of certain other crimes.
Luntz said it wasn't necessarily a "turn-out mechanism", but was simply "a description of what happened". A White House ceremony was held Monday night, in which President Trump erroneously said that Kavanaugh had been "proven innocent" of sexual-assault allegations levied at him by Christine Blasey Ford.
Meanwhile, some endangered Democrats are eschewing the pushback that Holder and Clinton are calling for. Next to Arizona, which Democrats appear to be losing, Nevada could still offer a pickup opportunity for Dems to offset a loss in somewhere like North Dakota or Montana. One thing both sides could agree on was the their overall disgust in the political display.
Republican Rep. J.T. Wilcox, who has been involved in fundraising for Republicans running in the House where more than a dozen seats are in play, said there's no question that he's anxious because "the national wind is blowing in our face". That's hardly something I would describe as a mob.
Democrats say Trump's rhetoric since launching his 2016 campaign has been provocative, pugnacious and at times racist.
Susan Collins was the sole Republican to vote for the measure, put forth by Democrats.
A Democratic measure aimed at eliminating short-term health care plans that don't cover pre-existing conditions failed in the Senate on Wednesday in a tied vote of 50-50. That made the series of events Wednesday morning a largely symbolic vote aimed at forcing moderate Republicans to possibly take a politically hard vote on the record. "I think it would be a waste of time, frankly". "Maybe. And there's a possibility they want infrastructure, I want infrastructure, there's something that can bring us together", he said.