SOURCE: The Washington Post
by Dov Weinryb Grohsgal
With Sens. Jeff Flake and Susan Collins’s decision to vote for Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh on Friday, ensuring his confirmation, the case of Clement Haynsworth offers another important comparison.
by Justin P. Coffey
The borking of nominees to the Supreme Court began when Nixon tried to put Clement Haynsworth on the Supreme Court.
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