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COMING UP:Share Opener Variant 4



>> The girls on the team call me Coach K.>>
President Trump on Tuesday touted Kavanaugh as a very well liked jurist.>> Brett Kavanaugh's gotten rave reviews, rave reviews, actually from both sides. I think it's going to be a beautiful thing to watch over the next month, but he has gotten rave reviews.
>> The president introduced me tonight as Judge Kavanaugh, but to me that title will always belong to my mom.>> In the east room of the White House, Kavanaugh, a long time Washington insider and conservative stalwart showed his political prowess, talking up his parents and his kids.>> I have two spirited daughters.
Margaret loves sports, and she loves to read. Liza loves sports, and she loves to talk.>>
>> Kavanaugh's nomination sets the stage for a political brawl that could consume the weeks before the congressional elections in November. The vote on whether to confirm Kavanaugh could be a career defining moment for senators, particularly for moderate Democrats in red states. And puts moderate Republican senators, like Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, in a tough spot.
Kavanaugh began meeting with senators on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, starting with a friendly sit down with top Republican Mitch McConnell.