Published: Thu, October 04, 2018
Life&Culture | By Mildred Hamilton

UB40 Want Nothing to Do With Brett Kavanaugh

UB40 Want Nothing to Do With Brett Kavanaugh

Several people with information related to the allegations against Kavanaugh have said they have tried in vain to speak with the FBI, which is due to wrap up its investigation this week. As to how she presented herself: "very well, very articulate, even President Trump commended her as to how she presented herself, and Judge Kavanaugh is going to be Matt Damon on "Saturday Night Live" for the rest of his life", Zaid said. She would not say if they would affect her vote.

"I'm not on the ballot, but in a certain way I am", he said.

Mr Trump said it was a "very scary situation" to be "guilty until proven innocent". "We don't want a Supreme Court whose credibility is in doubt".

Both Kavanaugh and Judge have denied the allegations made against them. The Senate's Republican leaders are planning a vote on Kavanaugh this week.

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway told Fox News that "the president is pointing out factual inconsistencies".

He said Kavanaugh - who has served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia for 12 years and worked in the George W. Bush White House before that - clearly fits that description.

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"He said that he was stating facts that Dr. Ford herself laid out in her testimony", Sanders answered "Once again, every single word that Judge Kavanaugh has said has been looked at, examined, picked apart by most of you in this room".

Key Republican senators have called the White House in the last two days to make clear that they expect a fulsome investigation as the FBI reviews allegations against Kavanaugh. I don't know. I don't know. Flake added, "I wish he hadn't done it".

Keyser, a longtime friend of Ford's, was present at the small party where Ford was attacked, according to Ford's testimony before the Judiciary Committee.

This follows angry comments from the South Carolina Republican at last week's hearing, where he accused Democrats of intentionally destroying Kavanaugh's life to hold the Supreme Court seat open.

The agency has also spoken to the judge's Yale classmate Deborah Ramirez, who alleges that he exposed his genitals in her face during a college drinking game.

Speaking briefly to reporters, Collins said, "The president's comments were just plain wrong".

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In other words, Flake's not terribly interested in having the Federal Bureau of Investigation interview the "dozens of potential sources of information" about which NBC News breathlessly reported.

The Kavanaugh confirmation battle comes against the backdrop of the #MeToo movement fighting sexual harassment and assault that has toppled a succession of powerful men.

For the reasons discussed below, I do not think that a reasonable prosecutor would bring this case based on the evidence before the [Senate Judiciary] Committee.

Several people with information related to the Kavanaugh allegations have said they tried in vain to speak with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Democrats have requested copies of all the FBI's witness interviews, and the names of any who decline to co-operate.

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