Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., who remains undecided on how he’ll vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination, said Thursday he’s still reviewing the FBI report.

After making it about halfway through the single copy of the report being held in the Senate Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility, Manchin has to leave due to time constraints on senators. He said he would return Friday morning to finish reviewing the documents between 9a.m. and 10 am.

The Senate is scheduled to hold a key procedural vote to advance Kavanaugh’s nomination on Friday. If his nomination passes that hurdle, he is expected to be confirmed.

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Asked if the report is providing any answers, Manchin, who is in a tough re-election race, said “it’s helping.”

Manchin is the final Democratic holdout on Kavanaugh after fellow centrist Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., announced she will vote “no” on Kavanaugh’s nomination earlier Thursday.

Pressed on whether Heitkamp’s decision influenced his thinking, Manchin indicated it didn’t.

“Heidi made her decision, I’ll make mine,” Manchin said.

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