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Protesters rally in D.C. against Kavanaugh nomination

By DW
26 September 2018   |   8:00 am
As the US Senate Judiciary Committee prepares to hear testimony from at least one of the women who say Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted them, voices of protest against his nomination are growing louder. Can he survive the row?

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