Al Franken for resigning after being accused of sexual misconduct. "I quit. I quit", Trump said of Franken, imitating the former comedian turned politician. "He folded like a wet rag", Trump observed.
Al Franken, who resigned previous year in the midst of a sexual misconduct scandal - comments which probably drew more attention than normal as Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's explosive confirmation process draws to a close.
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Bush said football coaches and players, cheer and pom will all sport pink to call attention to the threat of breast cancer . While unprocessed red meat in beef, lamb, pork, goat and other varieties did not increase the risk of breast cancer .
Speaking in Franken's home state, Trump opined: "That guy was, he was wacky. He was gone so fast".
Franken resigned after some of his Democratic colleagues turned on him in the wake of groping accusations.
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Maharashtra and Gujarat were among the first to announce matching fuel price cuts providing an effective Rs 5 relief to consumers. The main opposition party also asked the government to explain the reasons for the rising prices of LPG and CNG.
This follows angry comments from the South Carolina Republican at last week's hearing, where he accused Democrats of intentionally destroying Kavanaugh's life to hold the Supreme Court seat open.
"We're asking President Trump to live to his promises of more and better jobs in America instead of having our jobs being outsourced", Jerome Frederick said. "So I won't mention it". One Republican senator who spoke to Politico said Flake "will be OK" with Kavanaugh when it comes down to the vote.
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Flake issued the request right before the 11-10 vote by the Senate Judiciary panel to advance Kavanaugh's nomination. Lindsey Graham vowed a "wholesale, full scale investigation" to determine who leaked Ford's letter.
Trump tells a rally crowd of thousands Thursday evening in Rochester, Minnesota, that Democrats' "rage-fueled resistance is starting to backfire at a level nobody has ever seen before". He said "Tina Smith" way too many times.