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Accusations Against Kavanaugh and Prospects for Confirmation


Townhall Review – September 22, 2018

As the Democrats launch a last-minute effort to derail the Kavanaugh confirmation, Hugh Hewitt talks with Senator Grassley about the possible testimony of Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Ford. Mike Gallagher and Ed Morrissey examine the latest details. Hugh Hewitt solicits the opinion of Congresswoman Martha McSally of Arizona on the hearing and talks about the congresswoman’s campaign for the U.S. Senate. Michael Medved looks at Seattle’s rampant homelessness and the direction Seattle’s government is heading to address the problem. Mike Gallagher looks at job growth among the “underclass” with Alfredo Ortiz, President of the Job Creators Network. Hugh Hewitt talks with Bob Woodward about his new book, Fear on the Trump Administration. Michael Medved talks with journalist James Robbins about his new book, Erasing America: Losing our Future by Destroying our Past. Larry Elder reacts to a leaked video of a Google “all-hands” meeting shortly after President Trump’s election victory.

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Lanhee Chen: The Passing of John McCain


The passing of American hero John McCain left a giant hole in our politics. Some worry about what it means for strong leadership in the Senate. While it will be hard for any single individual to replace Senator McCain, Republicans, in particular, should take heart: There’s a very strong crop of current GOP Senate candidates who have an opportunity to carry on McCain’s important work.

Mitt Romney, who will likely be Utah’s next U.S. Senator, leads the pack. Then there’s Martha McSally from Arizona; Rick Scott from Florida; John James from Michigan; and Josh Hawley from Missouri, just to name a few.

Elections matter, and this year’s congressional elections are particularly critical. These candidates could serve and—in their own way—carry on Senator McCain’s indelible legacy.

Now: It’s up to voters around the country to send them to Washington to get to work.

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