Large crowds are gathering in Kansas, where President Trump is preparing to hold a Make America Great Again rally in support of the state’s Republican candidates. The president will depart from the White House on Saturday, on route to the state capital of Topeka. There he will hold a roundtable with supporters before the rally, where more than 10,000 people are expected to show up. Many attendees began lining up for the event as early as Friday morning.
Maine Senator Susan Collins announces she’s voting for judge Brett Kavanaugh to be confirmed.
The Senate pulls an all-nighter, as Senators brace for a landmark vote on Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Saturday, members of Congress are still in session before the final vote which is expected to happen 5 p.m. Pacific Time. Under Senate rules, Senators have an additional 30 hours to give speeches, debate, and potentially secure more votes.
Police are forced to boost security on the capitol as clashes over Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation heat up.
President Trump said he stands completely by his Supreme Court nominee, following Thursday’s hearing with Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.