The Arizona senator last week called for the FBI to conduct a supplemental background investigation into Kavanaugh in light of the multiple sexual misconduct allegations made against him, which Kavanaugh denies.
The prolonged nomination battle has roiled American politics, disrupting the status quo on Capitol Hill and firing up both Republicans and opposition Democrats a month before crucial midterm elections.
Jewish-Hungarian business magnate Soros was a key supporter of Trump's Democratic rival Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election campaign. "I waved my hand at you".
Trump will host Kavanaugh at the White House for a public swearing-in ceremony on Monday, following Saturday's formal oath-taking at the high court.More news: Brett Kavanaugh sworn into Supreme Court after divisive fight
As the Kavanaugh nomination has dragged out, protests - and direct lobbying - have grown.
After initially saying that Mr Kavanaugh's accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, should be heard and speaking cautiously, Mr Trump has grown increasingly frustrated. The protesters repurposed a sea shanty to criticize Kavanaugh's alleged drinking habits, singling "What Do We Do With A Drunken Justice?" outside McConnell's front door. On Thursday alone, almost 300 protesters were arrested in the Senate building. "A tremendous number of women", Trump said to reporters who asked him to respond to the women who were upset by the ruling.
In the Senate chamber, the vote was disrupted on several occasions by angry protests from the gallery.
Protests continued in Washington on Friday, including a group gathered outside the Capitol Hill home of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell drinking beer from red plastic cups.More news: At least 11 dead after 5.9 magnitude quake in Haiti
"Our base is fired up". On "Fox and Friends" Friday, Republican Sen.
Other Republicans have echoed Trump's frustration.
Archila, who is also a national committee member of the Working Families Party, said Friday that before confronting Flake, Gallagher had never spoken to a lawmaker.
He continued lashing out at Democrats when he rallied supporters in Topeka, telling them "radical Democrats" have become "an angry, left-wing mob" and "too risky and too extreme to govern".More news: Manchester City have improved too, Vincent Kompany warns Liverpool
"Women were outraged at what happened to Brett Kavanaugh, outraged, and I think that's a total misnomer because the women, I feel, were in many ways stronger than the men in his favor", Trump said.