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Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) told reporters Friday that she believes Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is a “good man” but questioned if he was the right person for the Supreme Court.

“[I] took the very, very difficult vote that I did. I believe that Brett Kavanaugh is a good man. I believe he is a good man, it just may be that in my view he’s not the right man for the court at this time,” Murkowski told reporters.

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Her comments come shortly after the Senate voted 51-49 to end debate on Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination, setting up a final vote to confirm him on Saturday. Murkowski did not specifically say she would vote against confirming Kavanaugh, but Sen. John Thune (S.D.), the No. 3 GOP senator, said he does not expect her to flip her vote.

Murkowski was the only GOP senator to vote against ending debate. She told reporters that she didn’t make her decision until she walked onto the Senate floor for the vote, and that she expects to explain her thinking more fulsomely during a Senate floor speech Friday.

Murkowski added that she has been “wrestling” with the decision, which she called the “most difficult” she’s made during a political career replete with maverick moments.

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  1. There is nothing to wrestle with, unless you are one with the Democrats. What they did to Kavanaugh was outrageous, ugly, and downright nasty. A well-adjusted individual would eventually respond to such horrible allegations, such as Kavanaugh was the leader of a gang rape cult. But these idiots, like Murkowski, well, if she was going to believe such an outrageous lie, then she is not the right leader for her district. Her people need to vote her out. She’s a disgrace.

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