Politics

Amid protests, U.S. Senate votes to confirm Kavanaugh to Supreme Court

WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES (OCTOBER 6, 2018) (SENATE TV) – Brett Kavanaugh, the embattled U.S. Supreme Court nominee put forward by President Donald Trump, won Senate confirmation on Saturday (October 6), weathering sexual misconduct accusations and criticism of his character and temperament.

The final vote in the Senate was interrupted at times by the angry sounds of protesters in the visitor’s section.

Amid tighter-than-usual security, hundreds of protesters against Kavanaugh also assembled on the grounds of the Capitol and at the Supreme Court hours before the vote.


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