A source familiar with Missouri's freshman thinking confirms that he casts doubt on Neomi Rao's opinion and has not yet decided whether to support her candidacy. He expressed it to Senate Major Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky.
Hawley, who is a member of the Senate Senate Committee, worries about the fact that Rao has never been a lawyer, according to a source that says Holly is also not sure about her position on Roy vs. Wade.
Axios also reported that another Republican senator turned to the shop expressing his fears of Rao. Axios did not name this senator.
In addition to the concerns raised by Democrats, the Rao's way to confirmation is already facing obstacles on the Republican side of the path. She regretted and apologized for writing a college of sexual violence in which she suggested women change their behavior to avoid rape. One of those who said that Rao's letter was giving her a pause is Johnny Ernst's Republican Senate in Iowa. Ernst recently told CNN that she had met with Rao after the hearing for confirmation and that she felt "much better" after a meeting with Rao "one by one."