Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh begins meeting with senators ahead of confirmation hearings

by Dave Boyer
July 10, 2018

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh began making courtesy calls Tuesday with senators who will vote on his Supreme Court nomination, as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pronounced President Trump’s choice “outstanding.”

A day after Mr. Trump announced the nomination, Judge Kavanaugh visited Capitol Hill with Vice President Mike Pence and former Sen. Jon Kyl, who is serving to guide the nominee through the confirmation process.

Mr. Pence said the nominee “is unquestionably the most qualified and most deserving nominee for the Supreme Court of the United States.”

“We’re honored to be able to bring him here to the United States Senate and begin the important work the Senate will do discharging its constitutional duties to consider this good man as the president’s nominee to the Supreme Court,” the vice president said.

Judiciary Chairman Charles E. Grassley, Iowa Republican, also met with the nominees and said their conversation was “pleasant.”

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