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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The speech from Senator Lisa Murkowski about why she is voting "no" on the nomination to the Supreme Court of Brett Kavanaugh introduced. [On the Senate floor, MURKOWSKI - says a judge must always act at all times without impropriety or the appearance of impropriety, it became clear that that appearance had become unavoidable so it may be too unfair a burden, but there are only nine seats on the bench.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's held with Kirsten Powers, "National Review: editor Rich Lowry & global affairs analyst Max Boot about Murkowski's position on Kavanaugh. [POWERS, BOOT. LOWRY - offer views on the temperament issue & what Murkowski said thoughtfully about Kavanaugh, how she agonized over the decision, the performance by Senator Susan Collins in deciding to back Kavanaugh, whether this is the "new normal" & was the hearings a "circus," whether Christine Blasey Ford's account was credible, why Kavanaugh mistreated in the hearing.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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