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Las Vegas Review-Journal (Sunday) - - WASHINGTON REPORT -

I ap­plaud and con­grat­u­late the U.S. Se­nate for con­firm­ing our GREAT NOM­I­NEE, Judge Brett Ka­vanaugh, to the United States Supreme Court. Later to­day, I will sign his Com­mis­sion of Ap­point­ment, and he will be of­fi­cially sworn in. Very ex­cit­ing!

Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump,

@re­alDon­aldTrump

Just saw and heard my Sen­a­tor .@SenCortezMasto vote “NO” on #Ka­vanaugh. Thank you for stand­ing with Ne­vada women. My team and I are in tears.

Raquel Cruz-Juarez,

@_raque­l­cruzj

Con­grat­u­la­tions @ Bret­tKa­vanaugh!

Michael J. McDon­ald, chair­man of the Ne­vada Re­pub­li­can Party,

@McDon­aldNV

Ka­vanaugh’s 50-48 is one of the nar­row­est Supreme Court con­fir­ma­tions in mod­ern times (Clarence Thomas was 52-48). Only Demo­crat to vote YES was Joe Manchin. Re­pub­li­can Steve Daines was ab­sent so Lisa Murkowski, a NO, asked to be recorded as PRESENT to pre­serve the mar­gin.

Sahil Ka­pur, @sahilka­pur

Judge Ka­vanaugh is among the very best our na­tion has to of­fer. He will make the Se­nate and the coun­try proud. He will serve with dis­tinc­tion on our high­est court. He un­ques­tion­ably de­serves con­fir­ma­tion. And the coun­try de­serves such a Supreme Court Jus­tice. #Con­fir­mKa­vanaugh

Se­nate Ma­jor­ity Leader Mitch McCon­nell, R-Ky., @sen­atemajldr

The con­fir­ma­tion of Brett Ka­vanaugh shifts the court far to the right, putting women’s re­pro­duc­tive rights, civil rights, en­vi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tions, worker’s rights, the abil­ity to im­ple­ment gun safety rules and the abil­ity to hold pres­i­dents ac­count­able at risk for a gen­er­a­tion.

Sen. Dianne Fe­in­stein, D-Calif.,

@SenFe­in­stein

SCO­TUS vote was about a spe­cific nom­i­nee fac­ing spe­cific & ul­ti­mately un­cor­rob­o­rated al­le­ga­tions. Some now gloat­ing about how its go­ing to help win elec­tions. Oth­ers stir rage & now tears from vic­tims by por­tray­ing it as ref­er­en­dum on sex­ual vi­o­lence. Just ter­ri­ble for Amer­ica.

Sen. Marco Ru­bio, R-Fla.,

@mar­coru­bio

50 voted yes for Ka­vanaugh. They need to be voted out of Congress.

Car­men Yulín,

@Car­menYulinCruz

Brett Ka­vanaugh had to deal with fraud­u­lent ac­cu­sa­tions in a base­less at­tempt to smear & de­fame his char­ac­ter to pre­vent him from be­ing the next con­ser­va­tive on the Supreme Court. These Dem po­lit­i­cal dirty tricks will no longer be tol­er­ated. He will be con­firmed. #Ka­vanaugh­Vote

Mike Tokes, @MikeTokes

Sadly, not only has #Ka­vanaugh been con­firmed to­day but it has also con­firmed that Amer­ica is now bro­ken be­yond re­pair.

Harry Les­lie Smith,

@Har­ryslast­stand CON­GRAT­U­LA­TIONS @ Bret­tKa­vanaugh thank you for hold­ing stead­fast and true to your honor!! #Ka­vanaugh­Vote Lady Carolyn McCabe-Joy,

@Ca­role9073

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