Brett Kavanaugh got the votes he needed to be confirmed to the Supreme Court of the United States.
President Trump's pick to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy was confirmed by the Senate Saturday 50 to 48.
Republican Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski was set to vote 'no' on Kavanaugh, but as a favor to Montana Senator Steve Daines, she voted 'present' to offset his 'yes' vote so he could attend his daughter's wedding.
The confirmation comes after weeks of drama and controversy stemming from allegations made by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a party in the early '80s when they were both in high school.
All but one Republican plus Manchin determined Ford's allegations were not corroborated and Kavanaugh was deserving of a spot on the highest court in the land.
Before the Senate vote, Kavanaugh wrote a letter admitting he was overly emotional and said some things he shouldn't have during his testimony. However, he insists he'll be a "pro-law judge" who won't let partisan politics or public pressure influence his decisions.