Seventeen of the races on the ballot are for open seats with no incumbent: 14 in the House and three in the Senate. Although Roberts may, from time to time, differ with his four originalist colleagues, don't expect him to be as unpredictable as retired Justice Anthony Kennedy.
The first complaint, though, was filed September 10 - before the sexual assault allegation came out - and accuses Kavanaugh of lying when he told the Senate Judiciary Committee at a hearing in early September that he hadn't received information stolen from Senate Democrats when he was working in the White House in the early 2000s.
President Trump took the rare step of publishing an op-ed in USA Today slamming universal medicare proposals, or Medicare for All, as an extremist proposal fashioned by progressive Democrats.
"I think this is just likely to be a year where we are going to benefit significantly from people's desire to send a message about how frustrated they are", said Democratic Sen. "A brilliant jurist, a man that did nothing wrong, a man that was caught up in a hoax that was set up by the Democrats using the Democrats' lawyers, and now they want to impeach him". "I think a lot of Americans, especially a lot of Republicans, didn't like what they saw during those hearings coming from the Democratic side of the aisle", Scarborough replied. "And he toughed it out", Trump said at the International Association of Chiefs of Police meeting.
The allegations against the nominee were "all made up, it was fabricated and it was a disgrace", Mr Trump said. When asked if McConnell was deliberately trying to tether vulnerable Democrats to Washington, Tester laughed and replied "I know you guys are smart enough to figure that out".
Immediately following Prof Christine Blasey Ford's testimony last month about her alleged assault to the Senate, Mr Trump called her a "compelling" witness.
When Trump made his case against Feinstein at a rally Tuesday night, the crowd in Iowa chanted "lock her up".
In a return to its characteristically more unruffled mode of work, the Senate on Wednesday rejected a Democratic attempt to stop President Donald Trump from expanding access to short-term health care plans, which offer lower costs but skimpier coverage.
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"This deal was totally unnecessary and it is a bitter pill to swallow so soon after the Kavanaugh fight that so many progressive activists poured their hearts and souls into", said Chris Kang, chief counsel for Demand Justice.
"It's deplorable. It's been very frightening".
A handful of Democratic lawmakers, including congressmen Luis Gutierrez of IL and Ted Lieu of California, have pressed for Justice Kavanaugh's removal.
He said it was unprecedented for a new justice to face such a situation.
However, in the past two years, Trump has also said that he "might release them after I'm out of office" and questioned the point of releasing them in the first place, arguing, "you learn very little from a tax return". "We are not about impeachment". Had Kavanaugh handled the issue with more grace, perhaps the argument would have been different.
Samuel Chase in 1804 was the only justice to be impeached by the House.
Just a few days ago, 50 Republican senators cast the deciding votes for Brett Kavanaugh to ascend to the highest court in the U.S. The Supreme Court was initially envisioned by the framers of the Constitution to be an unbiased and nonpartisan institution that would be immune to party politics and the whims of the nation. Public servants, such as the justices, rely upon the trust of the people, and Kavanaugh being an accused perpetrator of sexual assault breaks that trust.