As the FBI completed interviews with four people as part of its one-week investigation into the allegations against Kavanaugh, moderate Republican Senator Jeff Flake said he was anxious about the judge's performance before the Senate Judiciary Committee last Thursday.
President Trump ordered the FBI to investigate the sexual malfeasance claims against Kavanaugh after Senator Jeff Flake caved to the Democrat's demands because two leftist activist women shrieked at him in an elevator. "Whatever they want to do is okay with me". "I want them to do a very comprehensive investigation, whatever that means according to the Senators... and the Republican majority".
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The Times also reported Sunday that a Yale University classmate of Kavanaugh has accused him of a "blatant mischaracterization" of his drinking, which the judge downplayed in the Senate hearing.
Sen. Mazie Hirono, a Hawaii Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, said on ABC's This Week that any investigation that limits whom the FBI can interview and which leads agents can follow would be a "farce".
A witness told police the man who threw the glass was Chris Dudley, Kavanaugh's close friend. "But rather the fact that Judge Kavanaugh-now listen to this-drank beer in high school and in college, or the fact that he was rightfully angry", McConnell said. One law expert says there is a good reason for that. Judge Kavanaugh's nomination is out of committee.
News outlets report the women staged a sit-in at Democratic Sen. An FBI report, although not a conclusion, will be given to the White House, which ordered the investigation after the committee finished its Thursday session.
Trump said it "wouldn't bother me at all" if the Federal Bureau of Investigation interviews all three women who have accused Kavanaugh, although he said he has heard the third accuser, Julie Swetnick, has "very little credibility".
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The FBI interviewed a separate accuser over the weekend - Deborah Ramirez, who has said Kavanaugh exposed himself to her when both were students at Yale University in the 1980s.
Donnelly, who had been a "maybe" on confirming the nominee facing allegations of sexual assault, on Friday stated that he won't support Judge Kavanaugh. He has said Keyser believes Ford's account but is "unable to corroborate it because she has no recollection of the incident in question". The Arizona Republican is retiring at the end of this year.
The FBI has initiated its investigation into allegations against Kavanaugh at the direction of the White House after Flake last week - with the backing of Murkowski and Collins - called for a delay in consideration of the nomination so that the FBI could undertake a review.
In particular, Democrats have homed in on his contention that the allegations against him are an "orchestrated political hit" funded by left-wing groups seeking "revenge on behalf of the Clintons". Drinking is inextricably intertwined with the allegations Kavanaugh faces, so it would be impossible to avoid that topic entirely.
"This entire process has been an embarrassment to our democracy as Hoosiers watched firsthand how Senator Donnelly's liberal colleagues used uncorroborated allegations to create a media circus designed to smear and destroy Judge Kavanaugh's reputation", Braun said.
"We are going to keep pushing because justice in America is not just about protecting the powerful", Ocasio-Cortez said.
The FBI is expected to spend the coming days investigating the sexual misconduct claims against Kavanaugh. In an unusual tactic for a presidential press conference, Trump ignored at least three questions about his Supreme Court nominee. "Or, that the FBI's investigation was not infinite or endless enough for their liking", McConnell said from the Senate floor.
"Whatever it is they do, they'll be doing things that we've never even though of", Trump said.
"If he lied about his past actions on national television, and more especially while speaking under oath in front of the United States Senate, I believe those lies should have consequences", Ludington wrote.