U.S. Supreme Court Justice Nominee Kavanaugh Withstands Confirmation Hearing

After two days of tough questions, President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court is out of the hot seat.

Now witnesses will address the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Several panels of witnesses, including members of the American Bar Association, are expected to address the committee about the high court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Kavanaugh spent two days being questioned about his qualification.

He kept answers as non-partisan as possible, declining to comment on whether he agreed with the supreme court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage.

“I’ve maintained I’m not going to get within three zip codes of a political controversy,” the U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh said.

Right now Republicans appear to have enough votes to get Kavanaugh confirmed by the end of the month. If he is confirmed, he replaces the seat of retired justice Anthony Kennedy.