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>> I welcome everyone to this confirmation hearing on the nomination of Judge->> Mr. Chairman.>> Brett Kavanaugh.>> Mr. Chairman.>> To serve as Associate Justice>> Mr. Chairman, I'd like to be recognized for a question before we proceed.>> Of the Supreme Court of the United States.
>> Mr. Chairman, I'd like to be recognized to ask a question before we proceed. The committee received, just last night, less than 15 hours ago.>> Mr. Chairman, regular order.>> 42,000 pages of documents that we have not
d an opportunity to review or read or analyze.
>> You're out of order, I'll proceed.>> We cannot possibly move forward, Mr. Chairman, with this hearing.>> I extend a very warm welcome to Judge Kavanaugh->> We have not been given an opportunity to have a meaningful hearing on this nominee.>> His wife Ashley, their two daughters, their extended family and friends,
>> Mr. Chairman, I agree with my colleague, Senator Harris. Mr. Chairman, we received 42,000 documents that we haven't been able to review last night, and we believe this hearing should be postponed.>> I know this is an exciting day for all of you here.>> Mr. Chairman.>> And you're rightly proud of the judge-
>> Mr. Chairman, if we cannot be recognized, I move to adjourn.>> The American people->> Mr. Chairman, I move to adjourn.>> Get to hear directly from Judge Kavanaugh later this afternoon.>>
>> Mr. Chairman, I move to adjourn.>>
Mr. Chairman, we have been denied real access to the documents we need to advise-
>> Mr. Chairman, regular order is called for.>> Which turns this hearing into a charade and a mockery of our norms.>> Well.>> And Mr. Chairman, I therefore move to adjourn this hearing.>> Okay.