Trump Accuses Soros Of Paying Women To Confront Flake

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"These are not signs made in the basement from love!" the president tweeted. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) in an elevator on September 28 moments after he announced he would vote to confirm Kavanaugh. The two women confronted Sen. Kavanaugh staunchly denied the allegations, but almost all Senate Democrats voted against his confirmation.

On Fox And Friends, Republican senator Chuck Grassley said the protests were "a reflection of the incivility of American society generally".

Trump's claim that Soros is bankrolling the protesters is a baseless conspiracy theory that the far right has glommed onto in the Trump era. "It is a handsome thing to see - and they are not paid professional protesters who are handed expensive signs". Soros, a former hedge fund manager, has poured millions into radical left-wing organizations and said that the Trump administration is a "danger to the world".

The Senate on Friday morning is set to hold a crucial vote on whether to advance Kavanaugh's nomination to the highest court in the nation.

The "rude elevator screamers" comment most likely refers to the women who US Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) as the Senate Judiciary Committee debated the fate of the nomination. But Hatch was dismissive, telling a group of women survivors to "grow up" in a testy exchange Thursday near an elevator in the Capitol complex.

Trump, throughout the day, insisted Kavanagh would not be tainted by the sexual assault allegations from Christine Blasey Ford and others that almost tanked his nomination.

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A final vote is expected Saturday on Trump's embattled nominee, who if approved would seal a conservative majority on the nine-seat court for decades.

"The radical Democrats have turned into an angry mob", he said.

Shortly after the hearing, Trump agreed to open a limited FBI investigation into allegations against Kavanaugh, which concluded two days before its Friday deadline.

Archila is the co-executive director of Make the Road New York and executive director of Make the Road Action Fund, according to her Twitter bio.

Ahead of the Senate vote, protesters vented their rage on the steps of the US Capitol.

To Trump's criticism, Archila said: "This is what he does, he's a bully".

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