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Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, viewed as a potential swing vote that can make or break Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, received a phone call from former President George W. Bush since accusations of sexual misconduct were raised against President Trump’s nominee for the High Court.

A spokeswoman for Ms. Collins said that Mr. Bush called the senator twice — once before and after the allegations surfaced to declare his support for Judge Kavanaugh.

The article goes on to state the following:

A spokesman for Mr. Bush would not reveal the nature of their conversation but referenced Mr. Bush’s statement from July when he called Mr. Kavanaugh “a brilliant jurist” and “a fine husband, father, and friend and a man of the highest integrity.”

Ms. Collins spokeswoman, Annie Clark, said former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice also called Ms. Collins to vouch for Judge Kavanaugh.

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