Kavanaugh confirmation is not ‘normal,’ Klobuchar says, claiming too many documents withheld | Politics |

by TrumpShop.Net on Sep 02, 2018

close Video Kavanaugh confirmation preview: Tough questions face judge President Trump's second Supreme Court pick to face grilling from Senate. The confirmation process for President’s Trump’s nominee to be the next justice on the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, has been anything but normal. At least that’s according to Sen. Amy Klobuchar. Two days before Kavanaugh’s Senate confirmation hearing is slated to begin, the Minnesota Democrat said the fact that 100,000 pages of records — from his time on former President George W. Bush’s staff — have yet to be released is not normal. “You have a nominee with excellent credentials, with his family behind him. You have the cameras there. You have the senators questioning,” Klobuchar argued on NBC News’ “Meet the Press.” “But this isn’t normal.” “It’s not normal, because we are not able to see 100,000 documents that the archivist has just — because the administration has said we can’t see them,” Klobuchar added. “They’ve exerted their executive power — 148,000 documents that I’ve seen, that you cannot see, because they won’

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