Ronn Owens Report: Kavanaugh is confirmed. What now?


Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is applauded by retired Justice Anthony Kennedy and President Donald Trump, while his wife Ashley Kavanaugh, third from left, and children Margaret, left, and Liza, celebrate, during the ceremonial swearing-in ceremony of Kavanaugh as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Monday, Oct. 8, 2018. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

“We are in for a million news cycles between now and election day, so I want to see where the dust settles between now and election day.” – David Drucker, CNN Senior Political Analyst

Host Ronn Owens talked with David Drucker, Senior Political Correspondent for the Washington Examiner and Senior Political Analyst for CNN, following the Kavanaugh nomination to the Supreme Court.

So now we ask: what are the ramifications of this confirmation? Ronn and Drucker put the vote into context, discussing times throughout history when the lines of contention were similar (the nuclear option for federal appointees including Supreme Court Justices and the Obamacare ACA, for example)

They also discuss the role of female GOP voters in American as it applies to the upcoming Senate election.

Listen to the full report below.


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