In the wake of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s angry testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week, some commentators are predicting that if confirmed, he may face calls for recusal in a range of cases, including those that involve entities he lashed out at.

His comments “disqualify him from participating in a wide range of the cases that may come before the Supreme Court,” Harvard Law School professor Laurence Tribe wrote in a New York Times opinion piece Monday. “The judge himself has unwittingly provided the most compelling argument against his elevation to that court.”

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