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Stop and postpone Kavanaugh vote, says Sen. Durbin

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Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., reacts to news that Kavanaugh's accuser would be willing to testify before the Judiciary Committee and why the vote on Kavanaugh's nomination should be postponed. Sen. Durbin discusses when he heard of the allegations.