Senator Jeff Flake doesn't look like he's convinced yet on whether or not Brett Kavanaugh is fit for the Supreme Court. At the The Atlantic festival in Washington D.C. today, he said he was "very troubled by the tone of the remarks" made by Kavanaugh last week during his hearing.
"I hope I would sound that indignant if I was unjustly maligned," he said, "but then it went on. And the interaction with the members was sharp and partisan and that concerns me," Flake said. "And I tell myself you give a little leeway because of what he's been through. But, on the other hand, we can't have this on the Court. We simply can't."
Via Daily Beast
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