Officials close to the Democratic presidential nominee's transition process say that his team is vetting the backgrounds and resumes of several Republicans.
The Democratic National Convention also showcased several Republicans, including remarks by former Ohio governor John Kasich.
There is a real danger that term-limited legislators, unanswerable to voters, would answer instead to entrenched interests.
Retiring senator Jeff Flake acknowledged Friday that he would not be holding up President Trump's judicial nominees if he was worried about being reelected.
Senator Jeff Flake (R., Ariz.) told reporters on Capitol Hill Friday that he would vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh, barring any significant new developments.
Flake’s convictions should move him to vote for Kavanaugh — not just his constitutionalism but his concern about our political norms.
Eventually, the people in Congress will realize that their behavior, not electing the right president, is the key to the restoration of their power.
Flake assumed what few other Republicans did, that Democrats are acting in good faith.
Democrats want further delay in the Kavanaugh confirmation vote, and Arizona Senator Jeff Flake gave it to them.
Thanks to Jeff Flake, the vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination is delayed again as the FBI begins a probe.