Christine Blasey Ford (left) and Brett Kavanaugh

Christine Blasey Ford (left) and Brett Kavanaugh

GOP races to Kavanaugh vote after emotional testimony

Thursday’s hearing appears to have only sharpened the partisan divide over President Trump’s nominee.

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