People react to Donald Trump 'elevator screamers'

People react to Donald Trump 'elevator screamers'

Flake in an elevator last week - claiming they are being paid to "make Senators look bad".

'Women for Kavanaugh, and many others who support this very good man, are gathering all over Capitol Hill in preparation for a 3-5 P.M. VOTE, ' Trump declared.

He claimed, without evidence, that the signs protesters carried opposing Kavanaugh's confirmation were "professionally made" and paid for by Democratic donor George Soros.

While Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation is all but imminent, protesters are still taking to the streets outside of the highest court in the U.S. and the Capitol Building, which can be viewed in the live stream above. "Paid for by Soros and others", he continued, adding the hashtag #Troublemakers.

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Flake on Friday voted in favor of moving Kavanaugh's confirmation forward after indicating Thursday he was satisfied with the FBI's probe.

Hundreds more demonstrated outside the Supreme Court and inside the Senate Hart Office Building on Thursday. "The pain, the trauma, and the rage that I expressed when I spoke with Senator Jeff Flake in an elevator were my own, and I held it for more than 30 years to protect the people I love from it", she said.

After Archila and Gallagher confronted Flake, the Arizona senator altered his decision, saying he would move the nomination from committee to the full senate so long as the FBI reopened its investigation into the alleged assault. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) was cornered by sexual assault survivors, who pursued him as he stepped into an elevator, shooing them with his hands and telling them to "grow up!"

Republican Sen. Charles E. Grassley, who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee, also criticized the protesters during an interview Friday morning but did not suggest they were part of a funded effort.

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