Republicans react to Brett Kavanaugh sexual assault allegation

Chris Christie, an ABC News political analyst and former New Jersey governor, analyzes how Republicans should move forward on Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination.
2:07 | 09/17/18

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