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A White House spokesman defended the “emotional” Senate testimony of Brett Kavanaugh, who is poised to be confirmed Saturday to the Supreme Court, saying the nominee will be a fair and evenhanded justice.

“I don’t think one can hold against Judge Kavanaugh for being emotional in his testimony last week given what he’s had to deal with, what he and his family have had to deal with,” White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah said Saturday on “Good Morning America,” referring to allegations of sexual assault and sexual misconduct against the nominee.

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“But if you look at his actual record over 12 years, and he talked about it in this recent op-ed with The Wall Street Journal, in which he is committed to being a fair, impartial and evenhanded justice on the Supreme Court,” Shah said.

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  1. I think he was well within his right to tell them how he feels about the way they made a mockery of our judicial system!! I do not think any of the dem senators were half as calm as he was!! I thought Bookers head would explode at any moment when he was doing his yelling show. I expected all that bullshit to go flying across the room at any time.

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