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U.S. Senator from Utah, writer of songs and laws. Tweets are by Sen. Hatch's staff; those signed ogh are from Sen. Hatch himself. Wearer of invisible glasses.
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Judicial Network 10h
Senate Democrats’ “fishing trip” for scandals in Judge Brett ’s records is a waste of time and has nothing to do with understanding his legal reasoning
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 18
Replying to @Sunney20419223
Definitely don’t ask them to produce their texts and emails from a job they held nearly 20 years ago wholly unrelated to the job they’re being considered for.
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 18
Replying to @nawtchy
You have chosen to follow this account. So prepare to be sold.
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 18
Important reminder: it was the senior Senator from Vermont who established the standard that the Senate would not fish for documents “merely mentioning the nominees name” during the Kagan confirmation because the majority would be entirely irrelevant.
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 18
Excellent news for the beehive state and a strong tribute to steady leadership.
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 18
Hatch on the passing of Kofi Annan: “Kofi Annan represents the very best of statesmanship and diplomacy. He ensured that the took center stage amid the world’s most difficult challenges, serving as a beacon of hope and peace. His leadership and grace will be greatly missed.”
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Paul Kane Aug 17
This nominee served in Obama's DOJ for 8 years as assistant US attorney; prosecuted Dylan Roof, the 2015 mass murderer in Charleston church; and had support of local Democrats.
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 17
Helpful clarity from ⁦⁩ on another whiff from Senate Dems on Kavanaugh. Also notable that the paper was able to obtain and sort through Mrs. Kavanaugh’s emails, but couldn’t reach out to the subject of a major story for clarification.
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 17
Its time Democrats come home from their fishing trip. We could spend eons angling for scandal in the river of documents the Judiciary Committee has provided us. But nothing will bite because there’s nothing there. 🐟🐟🐟
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 17
Replying to @cms1000
All the relevant papers will be released. Irrelevant papers.. will not.
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 17
Replying to @wmcmullin
Not only will this be a full vetting process but it will be the most thorough and expansive vetting ever conducted in the history of the entire world. Anyone telling you otherwise is misleading you for political gain. Don't let them win.
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 17
This might have felt more legitimate if the Democrats quoted in the story hadn't committed to opposing Judge Kavanaugh before reviewing a single scrap of paper. 🧐
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 17
With a few years, every handwritten note he ever passed in grade school, and enough innuendo, you could convince some that Judge Kavanaugh is the second coming of Genghis Khan. In reality, he may be the human incarnation of a vanilla ice cream cone.
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Senate Republicans Aug 17
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 17
Significantly less urgent but certainly something to consider.
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 16
Replying to @senorrinhatch
Setting the record straight on the comparisons to the Kagan confirmation, because most of what you've heard simply isn't true. "When Justice Kagan was nominated, the Senate did not ask for, nor did it receive, all of her records from her time in the Obama administration."
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ChuckGrassley Aug 16
ATTN CAPITOL JOURNALISTS: nxt time a sen says they want millions &millions of irrelevant Judge Kavanaugh staff sec docs I encourage u to ask why they didn’t want Justice Kagan’s VERY relevant Solicitor Gen docs? Reason is of course some exec branch docs are too sensitive 2 share
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 16
Replying to @i_mnottellin
And they did. His name is Justice Gorsuch.
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 16
Replying to @Pinche_Pi
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Senator Hatch Office Aug 16
Fishing is for beautiful rivers in Utah, not Supreme Court confirmations.
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