On leaving the Supreme Court, such a removed Justice may choose to accept and fill any vacant Article III judgeship, without further nomination to that particular judgeship by the President and without the advice and consent of the Senate.
"One month ago, 64 percent said they were very motivated - including 67 percent of Democrats, 69 percent of Republicans, and 55 percent of independents".
McConnell noted that these activities followed last year's shooting of GOP lawmakers at a morning baseball practice by "a politically crazed gunman".
Slightly more registered voters say the Kavanaugh confirmation proceedings make them more likely to support Democrats for Congress than Republicans in the upcoming midterm elections, though a 39 percent plurality say it doesn't make a difference.
The president also led a standing ovation for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., whom he called a "great" leader who has done an "incredible job for the American people". Kavanaugh emphatically denied the allegations.
One of three people entrusted with safeguarding the Trump family fortune, Trump Jr. has transformed himself from a typical Manhattan real estate executive into a top draw for GOP congressional candidates eager to have a Trump stump for them on the campaign trail.
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Republicans have seen a bump in polling since Kavanaugh' confirmation.
As he walked on the Senate floor before the deal was announced, Democratic Sen.
But for Trump, a focus on Kavanaugh could excite his base, said Gallup pollster Frank Newport.
The Republican majority in the US Senate agreed to have the Federal Bureau of Investigation look into the case but its findings were never disclosed in public.
Then on Saturday, Democratic Sen.
It is not clear whether the fallout from the Kavanaugh confirmation battle is propelling the Republican momentum in these states, but a lot of party officials believe it is. "I live on the sunrise side of the mountain", Kavanaugh said, echoing a line from his fiery testimony last month before the Senate Judiciary Committee. "We are indebted to Susan Collins for her fearless and eloquent speech", Trump said. The new justice's four clerks all are women, the first time that has happened. Today, those stars tell a different story. Men are more evenly split, with 30 percent more likely to back Republicans, while 25 percent are more likely to back Democrats.
To foreclose that possibility, I am proposing a constitutional amendment to prevent Congress from passing a statute to pack the US Supreme Court with more than nine members.
At Monday's East Room ceremony, Trump again invoked the rhetoric Republicans are using to frame the whole episode: Kavanaugh, Trump said, had been "proven innocent", even though critics say the investigation was not thorough enough to merit that conclusion. "Those who step forward to serve our country deserve a fair and dignified evaluation, not a campaign of political and personal destruction based on lies and deception".