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14 October 2018
With Mocking Balloon, People Rally Against Donald Trump In Chicago

Asked whether it would make them more or less likely to vote for a Senate candidate who supported confirming Kavanaugh, 36 percent of voters say it would make them less likely - more than the 31 percent who would be more likely to vote for a Kavanaugh-supporting Senate candidate.

It seemed like business as usual in the ornate courtroom, three days after Kavanaugh was confirmed by the Republican-led Senate despite being accused of sexual assault by a university professor named Christine Blasey Ford.

Trump has repeatedly said that putting conservatives on the court - Kavanaugh is his second appointment - was among the top goals of his presidency.

The tone inside the courtroom was collegial, in contrast to the venom of Kavanaugh's confirmation fight.

Kavanaugh will sit on the far right side of the bench - the seat reserved for the junior-most justice.

Chief Justice John Roberts is referring over a dozen ethics complaints against Brett Kavanaugh to federal judges in Colorado and neighboring states.

"We wish you a long and happy career in our common calling", Roberts told Kavanaugh, who could serve for decades in the lifetime job.

The political opposition in the USA led by the Democratic Party hopes to win enough votes in the elections to win control of the Senate which, with its key role in an impeachment process, would have a restraining effect on some of President Trump's disputed decisions.

Ms. Schiller recalled that the recent induction to the supreme Court of judge Brett Kavanaugh, a nominee of president Trump, in spite of the accusations of sexual abuse against a, had galvanized many women. The victory is a boon for Republicans who are looking to hold on to majorities in the house and Senate.

Kavanaugh officially took the oath in a more hurried, private procedure Saturday, but the White House version will be a chance for the Trump administration to celebrate publicly.

Based on Tuesday's arguments, defendants could win in both cases, with liberal justices likely to be joined by some conservatives in the majority. Kavanaugh appeared less sympathetic to the defendants than Gorsuch.

I have selected the Judicial Council of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit to accept the transfer and to exercise the powers of a judicial council with respect to the identified complaints and any pending or new complaints relating to the same subject matter.

Charlie Cook, the independent analyst and founder of the Cook Political Report, called the Kavanaugh nomination process "a color enhancement event". He attended the same high school as Gorsuch and has met the others at social and judicial conferences over the years. Manweller, who was sacked from his professor position at Central Washington University in August following an outside investigation into alleged inappropriate conduct, has denied the allegations but has said he will finish his term but not serve another if re-elected next month.

He later expressed regret over some of his comments. "My focus now is to be the best justice I can be", he said at the White House, with his wife and children standing nearby.

"It is not a partisan or political institution", the new justice reminded the crowd of well-wishers.

At Monday's East Room ceremony, Trump again invoked the rhetoric Republicans are using to frame the whole episode: Kavanaugh, Trump said, had been "proven innocent", even though critics say the investigation was not thorough enough to merit that conclusion.