Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens said on Thursday that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh does not belong on the high court.
McGahn sat for extensive and lengthy interviews with special counsel Robert Mueller's team, The New York Times had reported.
The candidates and outside organizations supporting them have already spent heavily in Florida, where Republicans have one of their best opportunities to pick up a Senate seat this year.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh warned the government in 2011 court decision that if it wants to charge foreigners with violating laws about political contributions, then it must prove that those foreign nationals were aware of the laws being broken.
Small business advocacy groups are largely cheering President Donald Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to succeed Justice Anthony Kennedy on the U.S. Supreme Court.
"Indeed, other than the President, the Director of the CFPB is the single most powerful official in the entire United States Government, at least when measured in terms of unilateral power," Kavanaugh wrote.
Brett Kavanaugh argued last year that net neutrality violates internet service providers’ right to free speech.
Kavanaugh appears set to lay down mostly conservative rulings on issues that matter to Republicans.
Kavanaugh is a federal appeals court judge with extensive legal credentials and a lengthy political record.
Trump seeks to secure a five-member majority of conservative justices that could impact court rulings for years to come.
A handful of swing vote senators will get to decide whether Trump's nominee — likely a young conservative — will make it on the Supreme Court.
It's an argument without much basis in law or Supreme Court precedent, experts tell CNBC, but it could be politically effective.
Schumer told Trump that picking a justice hostile to the Roe v. Wade ruling or Obamacare would be "cataclysmic."
The surveys show a clear majority supports abortion rights as President Donald Trump prepares to appoint a new justice to the Supreme Court to replace Anthony Kennedy.
President Donald Trump said he would "immediately" begin the search for Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's replacement.
Trump plans to announce his replacement for retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy on July 9.
White House counsel Don McGahn will oversee President Donald Trump's selection of a nominee, and the overall confirmation process.
Collins and Murkowski will decide whether to support Trump's choice partly based on where the judge stands on Roe v. Wade.
The president is considering candidates to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy who announced his retirement on Wednesday.
Donald Trump may nominate his pick to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy before Trump leaves for his trip to Europe on July 10