"I would say if we're talking about the Supreme Court and Judge Kavanaugh, I think he's highly qualified for the Supreme Court", Mrs. Trump said while speaking to reporters in Egypt during a solo worldwide trip to Africa. But he said that after factoring in the Federal Bureau of Investigation report, "I have found Judge Kavanaugh to be a qualified jurist who will follow the Constitution".
Roberts, Jr., will administer the Constitutional Oath and retired Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy will administer the Judicial Oath in a private ceremony later today in the Justices' Conference Room at the Supreme Court.
He was elevated from the lifetime appointment he already held as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court has been decided.
Senators sat at their desks during Saturday's roll call, rising when it was their turn to vote.
As exhausted senators prepared for Saturday's vote, some were flanked by security guards. "If they won't listen to our voices, then they'll listen to our vote".
Not on this somber Saturday.
The bitter partisan fight over the confirmation could continue in another form if Democrats take control of the House after the November elections. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., in a rear row, looked equally gloomy. He's a villain on the left, a star on the right and a role model to anonymous Internet trolls who celebrate the sort of things he denied doing in the strongest terms. In a season defined by enough-is-enough female energy - along with white male rage and aggrievement that is stomping back to 2016 levels - the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings were explosive on all fronts. After a gaggle of protesters were removed, and the votes were being tallied once again, more protesters interrupted, chanting, "Shame on you!"
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As the plainclothes officers hustled the protesters out, a few more waves replaced them, until their ranks were depleted. She called it "the most hard in the 22 years that I've been honored to represent the state of Maine in the Senate".
Ford's pained recounting of the alleged sexual assault she said happened while she and Kavanaugh were in high school and Kavanaugh's blistering denials gripped the nation as hours of testimony aired on national TV.
Democrats vehemently opposed Mr Kavanaugh, arguing he was a threat to the Roe v Wade ruling, which guarantees the right to abortion. In the debate preceding the vote, senators sounded as though they were describing two different men. And it was fought against the backdrop of the #MeToo movement and Trump's unyielding support of his nominee and occasional mocking of Kavanaugh's accusers.
McConnell predicted that the House and Senate will soon wrap up talks over a bill creating a new process for congressional employees to make sexual harassment and assault allegations against lawmakers. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, lined up behind the judge. He urged Kansas voters to send Republicans to Congress.
He unquestionably deserves confirmation and the country deserves such a Supreme Court Justice.
The Republican-controlled US Senate on Saturday confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, dismissing anger over accusations of sexual misconduct against him and delivering a major victory to President Donald Trump who has now locked in a conservative majority on the court. He added: "What they're putting him through and his family is incredible".
"Frankly, we are just less than a month away from an election", Coons said.
Senator Mazie Hirono, a Democrat from Hawaii, said on Sunday that Kavanaugh would be sitting on the court "with a huge taint after his name". We've seen the numbers in the races shifting in our direction.