President Donald Trump's nomination of conservative federal appeals court Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court is likely to hinge on the votes of a handful of senators: three Republicans and two Democrats.
On Thursday the Senate was reviewing an FBI report on allegations of misconduct by Kavanaugh that have jeopardized his selection for a lifetime seat on the nation's highest court.
Reuters reports it was not immediately clear if the report, seen already by some Democrats as an inadequate, would satisfy senators who have concerns about Kavanaugh's past, his character and temperament.
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