For those who opposed Kavanaugh, the mantra has become, "Don't get mad, vote".
"On behalf of our nation, I want to apologize to Brett and the entire Kavanaugh family for the awful pain and suffering you have been forced to endure", Mr Trump said at the jurist's White House swearing-in ceremony.
Mr Trump apologised to Mr Kavanaugh and his family for "the bad suffering you have been forced to endure".
Kavanaugh gave a forceful, emotional denial of those allegations during testimony before lawmakers that some Democrats said showed a lack of judicial temperament.
He emphatically denied the allegations.
"It is unclear whether the sudden jump to a tie vote is a reflection of the anger surrounding the Kavanaugh confirmation process, but we will continue to watch this in the weeks ahead", Rasmussen reported Wednesday. Before the arguments, Chief Justice John Roberts welcomed Kavanaugh, 53, to a court that now has five conservative members and four liberals.
The other eight justices were all in attendance for Monday's swearing-in, which was entirely ceremonial. Henderson claims that these complaints were substantive enough to warrant review by the only higher court in the country.
Hundreds of protesters had also swarmed the steps of the Supreme Court. 4, around the time of Justice Brett Kavanaugh's Senate confirmation process played out in the national media. The nation's reckoning with power and who to believe about sexual misconduct has generated a new anger factor among the electorate and made the November 6 balloting a referendum on more than US President Donald Trump. "My focus now is to be the best justice I can be", he said with his wife and children standing nearby. "I take this office with gratitude and no bitterness".
Many Republican voters have been trying to overturn Roe v Wade ever since it passed, electing pro-lifers to office who would then appoint pro-life judges to local and state courts and most importantly the Supreme Court.