REPORT: Warren unveils plan to reopen investigations into Kavanaugh and Trump’s sister

OCTOBER 7, 2019

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Elizabeth Warren would re-open investigations into Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Donald Trump’s sister Maryanne Trump Barry if elected president, part of her plan to police the judiciary that she released Monday.

In order to re-open the cases against those two and other judges accused of misconduct, Warren proposes to close a loophole that allows federal judges to skirt such probes by retiring or becoming elevated to the Supreme Court.

The article goes on to state the following:

There were 83 ethics complaints filed against Kavanaugh, Warren claims, which ended with his elevation to the Supreme Court.

Trump Barry’s retirement in April ended an investigation into a possible violation of the judicial code of conduct related to alleged fraudulent tax schemes.

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