““The elected representatives have now spoken, and I think it is counterproductive for anyone to talk (about) that, and frankly no one in the Senate is talking about that,” McCaskill said during a Kansas City visit.
“I certainly would never consider it.”
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley, the Republican running to unseat McCaskill, seized on the impeachment talk in a fund-raising email Monday afternoon, saying if Democrats gain the Senate majority, they will move to impeach Kavanaugh.
“Every politician who stands up to them with will be threatened with removal, and Claire McCaskill will go right along with it just as she always has,””
McCaskill says she ‘would never consider’ ousting Kavanaugh as Hawley slams her vote
Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said she would not support impeaching Brett Kavanaugh, though she voted against his confirmation to the Supreme Court Saturday. President Donald Trump nominated Kavanaugh in July.