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“I have served with 17 other judges, each of them a colleague and a friend, on a court now led by our superb chief judge, Merrick Garland,” Judge Kavanaugh said While Republicans cited Judge Kavanaugh’s impressive résumé — Yale Law degree, Supreme Court clerkship — as a reason to confirm him, Democrats made clear that they are laying the groundwork to turn the nominee’s biography against him. Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee for the first day of his confirmation hearing.Published On CreditCreditImage by Eric Thayer for The New York Times Before joining the federal appeals court, Judge Kavanaugh had a long history of Republican political activism. He worked on the team, led by Ken Starr, that investigated former President Bill Clinton. He was in Florida during the presidential recount of 2000, advising George W. Bush, the governor at the time. (He also once represented Mr. Bush’s brother Jeb.) Later, he joined the Bush White House. “Judge Kavanaugh has been knee deep in partisan politics,” said Senator Mazie K. Hirono, Democrat of Hawaii. Senator Chris Coons, Democrat of Delaware, said the nominee had been involved in some of “of the most pitched and partisan battles of our lifetimes.” Addressing Judge Kavanaugh directly, Mr.
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5 to 7, The New Yorker Festival, now in its 19th year, will bring some of these voices to venues around New York City. Political figures feature prominently in this year’s lineup, which includes Stephen K. Bannon, President Trump’s former chief strategist, who will be interviewed by the magazine’s editor, David Remnick, a frequent critic of the administration. “I have every intention of asking him difficult questions and engaging in a serious and even combative conversation,” Mr. Remnick said in a phone interview. “The audience itself, by its presence, puts a certain pressure on a conversation that an interview alone doesn’t do,” he added. “You can’t jump on and off the record.” David Hogg, a student who survived the shooting in Parkland, Fla., this year and has since become a leading critic of gun policies, will take part in a conversation about activism with Harry Belafonte and the police-reform advocate Brittany Packnett. The New Yorker’s journalists will also interview the actors Jim Carrey, Emily Blunt and Maggie Gyllenhaal and other cultural heavyweights, including the writers Haruki Murakami and Zadie Smith. Janet Mock, the writer and transgender-rights activist, will be interviewed by the theater critic Hilton Als. Other guests include the actor John Krasinski, the former Deputy Attorney General Sally Q.
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