Most top Democratic presidential candidates are demanding Kavanaugh's impeachment

Most top Democratic presidential candidates are demanding Kavanaugh's impeachment
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Most of the top Democratic presidential candidates are issuing calls demanding U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh be impeached, after new allegations of sexual misconduct in a bombshell New York Times report late Saturday night. Most of the candidates, but not all.


Julián Castro, Saturday night at 11:25 PM:

Most of the top Democratic presidential candidates are issuing calls demanding U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh be impeached, after new allegations of sexual misconduct in a bombshell New York Times report late Saturday night. Most of the candidates, but not all.

Julián Castro, Saturday night at 11:25 PM:

Saturday morning on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” he also weighed in, and on Sunday repeated his call for impeachment:

Kamala Harris, Sunday, 11:03 AM:

Elizabeth Warren, Sunday, 1:42 PM:

Beto O’Rourke, Sunday, 3:02 PM:

Pete Buttigieg, Sunday, 4:21 PM:

Cory Booker, Sunday, 8:10 PM:

Amy Klobuchar, Sunday, 9:30 AM – Did not call for impeachment, citing difficulties in the process:

Bernie Sanders, Sunday, 3:22 PM – Did not explicitly call for impeachment:

Joe Biden, Sunday, 9:55 PM – Did not explicitly call for impeachment:

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