Graham added, the fight over Kavanaugh marked a new period in voters' understanding of the Democratic Party by exposing the tactics of the left.
If what Brett Kavanaugh had to endure to become a member of the nation's highest court did not feel like enough of a witch hunt, a group of witches in New York City are hoping to get their revenge on the now-Supreme Court associate justice.
Amendment 2, which will be on West Virginia ballots on November 6, would provide constitutional authorization for the Legislature to reduce the budget of the state judiciary by up to 15 percent.
"The idea that the reason the president wanted the Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters to remain in its current location is based on anything other than the recommendation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is simply false", White House spokesman Judson Deere said in an email Thursday. Maryland and Virginia had both vied to be the new site.
But even with the power to bring about the review, it's not clear what the end result would be, because even if the House did vote to impeach a confirmed Justice Kavanaugh, two-thirds of the Senate would be required to remove him from the bench.
Beto O’Rourke revives Trump’s brutal nickname for Ted Cruz during debate
Cruz laughed it off and tried to turn attention back to polls that show the Democrat falling behind the Republican. Cruz said O'Rourke was eager to begin impeachment proceedings against Trump that would lead to a partisan circus.
Democrats need to gain 23 seats to wrest control of the House from Republicans, something surveys suggest is within reach. A 41 percent plurality of white Catholics say it doesn't make a difference, while 36 percent say they are now more likely to support Republicans and 23 percent support Democrats.
Most of the 35 seats in the Senate that are on the ballot this year are now held by Democrats, with only two open seats being considered "toss-up" contests, where the victor could go either way in terms of party affiliation.
Walker tweeted her confirmation of the vote and her support for the amendment.
'I am here today not because I want to be.
"I wish I were making this up", Arroyo said of the event.
"I was in North Carolina yesterday and the number of women that turned out at all the places I went, all the events supporting the president, supporting these midterm candidates, it was pretty awesome", she stated, claiming female voters are concerned most about security and the economy. Asked about calling her "horseface", Mr Trump was unrepentant.