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Supreme Court / Kavanaugh Nomination / Whitehouse Interview / A Discussion #1129650

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 04, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The first day of the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh reviewed; scenes shown from the Senate. [Senators Kamala HARRIS†, Richard BLUMENTHAL, Cory BOOKER- speak out.] Live discussion held with CNN's Democratic Senator Sheldon Whitehouse about the hearings. [WHITEHOUSE - complains about the document dumping & the hidden documents; states not much was coordinated by the Democrats: a bizarre hearing process; outlines the two goals to show we are being "rolled" on the nomination process.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, Anne Milgram, Charlie Dent, Jonathan Turley, Jen Psaki, Michael Caputo about the Supreme Court nomination. [TOOBIN, TURLEY, MILGRAM, CAPUTO, DENT, PSAKI - offer views on the Democratic actions despite being unable to stop Kavanaugh, the "Ginsburg Rule," the idea behind the nomination process, the document dump, the view that the protests are ridiculous, the issue of Roe v. Wade, how all the nine justices are what they claimed to be, but we should know what we are getting.]

Cooper, Anderson

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