The day after the midterm elections, Trump and members of Congress offered hints of possible conflicts to come.
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Top operatives in both political parties concede that Democrats' narrow path to the Senate majority has essentially disappeared.
"No PACs, no special interests, no corporations," declares Democrat vying to unseat Sen. Ted Cruz in Texas. "All people, all the time, everywhere, every single day."
On the heels of Kavanaugh's confirmation, we must remind ourselves that the words 'Equal Justice Before the Law' have always been a sham.
"This goes to the very heart of whether he should be confirmed" [to the Supreme Court], the Vermont senator writes in a letter to committee Chairman Chuck Grassley.
The Senate Judiciary Committee will take a vote Friday morning on Brett Kavanaugh's nomination unless Republicans decide to postpone it.
"It was hard for me to breathe, and I thought that Brett was accidentally going to kill me," she tells the Senate Judiciary Committee.