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Trump's White House calls Democrats Kavanaugh hearing an embarrassment

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White House Washington compressed Today, the White House, on full-court mode, has attacked the Democrats for what President Trump's administraton called, "an embarrassment". Here are the article passages it has promoted to the media and others and placed on its website:

“Any doubt that Democrats are desperate to stall Judge Brett Kavanaugh's appointment to the Supreme Court ended Tuesday, when they made a mockery of the confirmation hearings,” writes the Investor’s Business Daily editorial board. “This was nothing more than — bad — political theater.”
The editors note that “while Democrats want to pretend that there is a shortage of documents available to determine how Kavanaugh will perform on the Court, he's served with distinction for 12 years on the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. The Supreme Court adopted 13 of his positions and overturned only one.”">Click here to read more. “In the history of Supreme Court nominations, there is no precedent for demanding all documents from a nominee’s career, The Washington ExamineWashington Examiner editorial board writes. “Democrats’ real intention, although they lack the means to carry it out, is to delay confirmation until after the coming midterm elections, in hope that they can win the Senate and kill the nomination. It isn't going to happen.” “President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday to defend his record and explain his view of the law and the Constitution,” Paul Crookston writes in "The Washington Free Beacon"The Washington Free Beacon. “Kavanaugh said his judicial philosophy comes down to following the law without exception, contradicting his critics' claim that he favors corporations and conservative political interests.” In an exclusive interview with"The Daily Caller, President Trump points out that he alone is fighting to reform defense pact spending that costs American taxpayers. “We’re protecting immensely wealthy countries and they’re not paying us for the protections,” President Trump says. “Why aren’t we being reimbursed for this massive cost?”   “American manufacturers are on a roll: Business conditions surged in August to a 14-year high, according to a survey of industry executives,” Jeffry Bartash writes in "MarketWatch. "MarketWatch. “The Institute for Supply Management said its manufacturing index jumped to a 14-year high of 61.3% last month from 58.1% in July.”


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