The single copy of the FBI's Kavanaugh report is behind closed doors. Here's what senators have to do to see it
CNN's Van Jones comments on President Trump's tweet following the completion of the FBI investigation into allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to be the next Supreme Court justice will be decided Thursday.
All 100 senators will be able to review the supplemental background investigation throughout the day. A reminder that barring some dramatic disclosure in from that inquiry, 95 senators have already made up their minds. How the remaining groups sees the new background information -- and how it factors into their decisions -- will drive the day.
It all comes down to five senators -- three Republicans and two Democrats -- and what they see today behind closed doors. Here are the rules senators are following to review the documents.