Brett Kavanaugh's Confirmation Hearings Will Start in September

It's Official The Date for Judge Kavanaugh's Supreme Court Hearing Has Been Set

Kavanaugh confirmation hearings set to start on Sept. 4

The Senate will begin confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on September 4. Sen.

"He's met dozens of senators who have nothing but positive things to say", Grassley, an Iowa Republican, said in a statement on Friday. "It's time for the American people to hear directly from Judge Kavanaugh at his public hearing", Grassley said in a statement.

Grassley said he expects the hearing to last three or four days.

Republicans are eager to confirm President Trump's nominee ahead of the new court session October 1, as Justice Anthony Kennedy retires. Before he can assume the lifetime job on the nine-member court, the Republican-controlled Senate must vote to confirm him.

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White House spokesman Raj Shah said Kavanaugh is looking forward to speaking with Congress. Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn criticized Democrats who oppose Kavanaugh's confirmation in a statement. Find us on Facebook too! Senators are scheduled to question Kavanaugh on September 5.

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The National Archives and Records Administration released the documents Friday.

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August 8: Sen. Blumenthal and Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats file a Freedom of Information Act request seeking release all of Kavanaugh's White House documents. More sessions with Democrats are expected to be held in the coming weeks.

Kavanaugh has amassed a solidly conservative judicial record as an appeals court judge for 12 years. Democrats have demanded all the documents from Kavanaugh's time at the White House for review ahead of his confirmation, which Republicans have called a "fishing expedition" and a "delay tactic" for a nominee who some Republicans say some Democrats have no intention of considering.

Grassley has previously said Kavanaugh's vetting process is probably the "deepest dive" ever conducted on a Supreme Court nominee.

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