Sen. Susan Collins Will Vote to Confirm Judge Kavanaugh

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10/5/2018 4:35PM     

Sen. Susan Collins of Maine announced she will vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, giving him the support needed to win the lifetime appointment. In her speech to the Senate, she defended Judge Kavanaugh while acknowledging Christine Blasey Ford's "sincere, painful and compelling" testimony and the legitimacy of the "#metoo" movement. Photo: AP

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