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Jeff levering our live guest on brewers three sixty that's eight fifteen day. Number two for the Senate hearing for president Donald Trump's pick for the next supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh each of the twenty one senators on the committee. We'll get thirty minutes to ask judge, Greg Kavanagh questions, Democrats planning depress. The federal. Judge on his stance on abortion and presidential power. They're concerned Cavanaugh who has written that sitting presidents shouldn't be investigated could protect the president. If a challenge to the Molder probe hits the high court of fear the nominee tried to calm in his opening statement supreme court must never never be viewed as a partisan institution, Emily row. ABC news, Washington. A former Wisconsin supreme court Justice says Kavanagh's confirmation is one of the most important in our lifetimes, you need gas key served on the Wisconsin supreme court for six years. She's watching Brett Kavanagh's appointment to the US supreme court very closely. Very critical appointment. Makeup of the court desk. He believes Cavanaugh could serve for thirty years or more camera gets confirmed, which I suspect he will be there. And honesty oversample. Of information about the cabinet confirmation hearings expected to last all week. John Mercure WTMJ news is hoping for a Wall Street recovery. After making a former NFL quarterback the face of a new campaign Nike stock tumbled more than three percent on Tuesday. The first day of trading since the company announced its intention to feature Colin Kaepernick in its upcoming ad campaign. The deal the former San Francisco forty Niners quarterback had with Nike was about to expire. But the athletic clothing and footwear maker, we negotiated it into a multi year agreement making him one of the faces of the thirtieth anniversary of its just do it campaign capper Knicks attorney plotted Nike on Twitter called his client and all American icon. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Regardless of politics are local nonprofit is sticking by Capri Nike's new ad depicts. Former quarterback Colin Kaepernick with the slogan believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything some have gotten behind the ad while others are burning their Nike apparel in effigy even calling for a boycott of the company. Here in Milwaukee. Feelings are mixed. I agree. I don't see any problem with it. I don't agree with it should stand for national anthem. Wear nike. No, more capper Nick has become a polarizing figure since he I knelt during the national anthem in protest against racism and social injustice berry, Nelson, WTMJ new eight or nine traffic and weather next. Hi, this is Doug Russell accountable. Walk dental care. Doctor James Michael's is my dentist, and I can't recommend it enough summer's coming to an end. And I know it's time for me to get back to my regular.