@SenateMajLdr: September 12, 2018

Spoken by

Mitch McConnell

Eight tweets from this date were archived.
Capture time: 2018-09-13 07:20:08.

2018-09-12 15:34: “Dishonest attacks and half-truths are all that’s left for our colleagues who made up their minds long ago they would oppose Judge Kavanaugh no matter what. pic.twitter.com/bEmnNZ6OmP”

2018-09-12 15:33: “Judge Kavanaugh demonstrated the intellectual brilliance and thoughtful temperament for which he is so widely known. He showed exactly why he is universally acknowledged as a leading legal mind, and exactly why he will make a phenomenal Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.”

2018-09-12 15:33: “Last week, the nation watched the president’s outstanding Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, testify before the Judiciary Committee. They saw Chairman @ChuckGrassley guide the committee with gracious, strong leadership and an incredible amount of patience.”

2018-09-12 15:15: “I’m so pleased this landmark legislation includes two of my bills – the CAREER Act, to help individuals in recovery transition back into the workforce and access housing services, and step up accountability on federal efforts to combat addiction among pregnant mothers.”

2018-09-12 15:15: “The Opioid Crisis Response Act will cut the supply of illegal drugs that pour over our borders, make it easier for communities to invest in recovery efforts, extend a helping hand to families and caregivers, and provide for the longer-term medical innovation we need.”

2018-09-12 15:13: “Continuing the Fight Against a National Emergency with the Bipartisan Opioid Crisis Response Act. pic.twitter.com/D0JYibxWj9”

2018-09-12 15:12: “The Senate will vote to advance the nomination of Charles Rettig to serve as Commissioner of the IRS. This nomination comes at a crucial time as the federal government continues to implement once-in-a-generation tax reform.”

2018-09-12 15:11: “On appropriations, this week’s bills contain $147 billion for projects ranging from infrastructure improvements, environmental cleanup, military family housing and nuclear security. These are national priorities with local impacts in every one of our states.”