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Kavanaugh's record on the subject of net neutrality is alarming as well; he thinks it's "unlawful" to protect the rights of users to access information freely on the internet.

That said, it is a decision that is entirely up to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, and the Iowa Republican made clear to CNN's Manu Raju on Tuesday that he needs time to get his arms around the scale of the documents and review process before he locks in a timeline.

The centrist Anti-Defamation League was also wary of Trump's nominee.

Knowing full well what the Democrats attack points would be, Kavanaugh talked about the importance of women in his life and the lessons he learned on the importance of equality from his mother, as she, his father, his wife and his two young daughters looked on.

Thomas Jipping of the Heritage Foundation tells CBN News he doesn't expect much serious evaluation of Judge Kavanaugh from Democrats.

Kavanaugh even name dropped Justice Elena Kagan in his remarks.

In the Post account, Starr said he chose Kavanaugh to write the crucial section on impeachment because he would be dispassionate, saying "this was not a man on a mission". "But I believe that the President should be excused from some of the burdens of ordinary citizenship while serving in office". He said Congress should pass such laws.

Covington said Kavanaugh's previous writings on indictments of sitting presidents will be of particular interest to lawmakers.

American Bridge, an opposition research and communications operation that works to support Democratic candidates and find damaging information on their opponents, has launched a team of more than a dozen staffers in Washington and dozens more outside to dive into Kavanaugh's record - his personal record.

Robert Mueller reportedly is among those who believes a president can not be indicted when in office. John Hoeven, R-N.D., who was in the White House during the president's news conference. It is likely to be one of the more important decisions of his presidency.

Roe v. Wade will undoubtedly be a primary topic for Kavanaugh at the hearings, but based on Democrats' criticisms of the choice, they also will press him on healthcare, LGBT rights, gerrymandering, net neutrality and other major issues. Sen. Susan Collins of ME - said she needs more information before she knows whether Kavanaugh would uphold the Supreme Court's decision on Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 ruling affirming the legality of a woman's right to have an abortion under the 14th Amendment to the Constitution.

In 2000, Kavanaugh represented pro bono the Miami relatives of 6-year-old Elian, who wanted to keep the child in Miami despite his father's wishes to have custody of him in Cuba. Kavanaugh has taken an aggressive view in favor of executive authority.

"Trump has been unequivocal that he intends to appoint a justice who will overturn Roe v wade", said Clarke.

"'Hey everybody, I'm Brett, I'll be your Supreme Court justice tonight", he mimicked.

"Low-Energy Jeb" was how Trump mocked President George W. Bush's brother during the 2016 campaign.

Republicans have little margin of error for the final vote unless a few Democrats can be brought onboard.

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is conservative, and not everyone will like his opinions, but he's not the political operative some paint him to be, according to a former colleague from his Whitewater investigation days.

What were the Democrats thinking? You don't want people to think that this is just another way to do politics.

He encouraged three red-state Democrats up for re-election in November who backed Justice Neil Gorsuch's nomination - Sens.

"It's all a question of how much weight should be given to precedent and what justifications a justice might accept for overruling a precedent", Linder said. "I will go through the same process".

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