The Arkansas senator blocked Barack Obama's pick in 2016 because he claimed to believe then that voters should first choose their next president.
President Donald Trump has just released his updated shortlist of potential Supreme Court nominees, adding several big conservative names to rile up supporters.
The list, which includes Sens. Tom Cotton and Ted Cruz, could help shore up support from voters prioritizing a conservative high court and federal judiciary.
The GOP senator wants to prevent schools from teaching what he describes as a "racially divisive" account of history.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) called slavery a “necessary evil” while discussing his bill that would cut funding for schools that teach the 1619 Project.
Slavery "was the necessary evil upon which the union was built," the Arkansas senator said in an interview.
Just .05% of all the people who have ever served in the Senate were Black.
The Arkansas senator's warning about "cancel culture" backfires spectacularly on social media.
"The State of Arkansas is very proud of Tom. The New York Times is Fake News!!!" Trump complained in a tweet.
Bennet admitted he did not read a widely excoriated column by Sen. Tom Cotton that advocated for military action against protesters before publishing it.