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Arguably the most anticipated speaker of the Under 30 Summit, Arizona Senator Jeff Flake took the main stage on Monday and was met with a chorus of “Vote no” chants. Flake, who last week paused the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court by calling for a weeklong F.B.I. investigation, dove immediately into the subject: “I’d been troubled for a while, and I felt we weren’t doing due diligence.”

“The Supreme Court is one of the last bastions of trust. The Senate is having issues as well,” Flake said. “We certainly want the FBI to do a real investigation, and we are working to make sure that that happens.”

The senior senator dodged answering if he would vote for Kavanaugh if the FBI investigation was deemed insufficient. While Flake was on stage, the White House released a statement saying that it wants the FBI to interview anyone it wants in the Kavanaugh investigation.

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Flake added: “I’m that eleventh Republican, and I had leverage there. My friend Chris Coons had just made an impassioned plea for a short, limited FBI investigation, and I thought there was reason to accept that. We don’t do bipartisan things in the Senate anymore.”

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Watch the complete interview below, as Flake also repeated his opposition to President Trump.

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