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Democratic Sen. Cory Booker, amid the ongoing FBI probe into sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, suggested the Senate needs to “move on” to another Supreme Court nominee whether Kavanaugh is innocent or guilty.

Booker, D-N.J., days earlier backed the FBI’s re-opened supplemental background investigation into Kavanaugh. But amid speculation that the probe could come to an end any day now, Booker indicated Tuesday that it’s too late for Kavanaugh. He said his “credibility” has already been challenged and his “temperament” revealed at last week’s heated hearing with him and accuser Christine Blasey Ford.

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“Ultimately, not whether he’s innocent or guilty — this is not a trial — but ultimately, have enough questions been raised that we should not move on to another candidate?” Booker, a potential 2020 presidential candidate, said on Capitol Hill Tuesday.

Conservatives have shredded Booker on Twitter over his “innocent or guilty” remark.

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  1. What a joke this guy is! He’s “not interested” in innocence or guilt? Really? This is America, Cory, and you sir had better wise up. How did you ever get to be a senator in the first place?

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