Fox & Friends host: "There has to be a vote" on Kavanaugh despite sexual assault allegations

Fox & Friends host: "There has to be a vote" on Kavanaugh despite sexual assault allegations

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From the September 19 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): I think you lose a ton of supporters when you get an opportunity to tell your story, you use The Washington Post, and then you turn down an opportunity to tell your story on Monday. I don't think you can say Republicans have already made up their mind because they've been -- including the president, they've been very deferential, saying, listen, we want to hear from you. Everybody said, "We want to hear from you." So, what do you want the Republicans to do?

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AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): If it's not something they can prove then the FBI doesn't have a case or the police department doesn't have a case, if it's gone beyond the statute of limitations. Republicans don't have a choice. They have to continue and move on and there has to be a vote.

Previously:

Fox & Friends to Trump: Hold fire on Christine Blasey Ford, woman who says Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her

Video: Conservatives dismiss Christine Blasey Ford's report that Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her

Ari Fleischer on Kavanaugh: Should committing sexual assault in high school "deny us chances later in life?"

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