Kavanaugh's accuser offers four people to back accusation - documents

Trump attacks Democrats on Twitter over Kavanaugh erroneously writes that they’re making ‘False Acquisitions

Trump attacks Democrats on Twitter over Kavanaugh erroneously writes that they’re making ‘False Acquisitions

Avenatti posted Swetnick's three-page sworn declaration on Twitter. "This morning, we had this contact and our investigators are on it immediately".

Meanwhile, the Republicans were still assessing what Kavanaugh's Monday interview on the Fox News Channel - an unusual appearance for a Supreme Court nominee - indicates about how he would do in Thursday's hearing.

Collins said she remained undecided about Kavanaugh, a judge on the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals.

The poll, which was conducted by NPR, Newshour and Marist and released Wednesday, found that 32 percent of Americans believed Christine Blasey Ford's claim that she was sexually assaulted decades ago.

President Trump criticizes second Kavanaugh accuser. "'Oh gee, let's not make him a Supreme Court justice because of that.' This is a con game being played by the Democrats", he said. Those prospects now are left uncertain.

Two other friends, Adela Gildo-Mazzon and Rebecca White, said Ford had made similar remarks to them, in 2013 and 2017 respectively, describing an alleged assault by a teenager who later became a federal judge. "She admits time lapses". In a statement to the Judiciary Committee, he also denied knowing anything about the party. "Committee lawyers are in the process of reviewing it now". Asked whether an FBI investigation would help, a vetting step rejected by the committee and the White House, Murkowski answered: "It would sure clear up all the questions, wouldn't it?" Fox News' Martha MacCallum asked. "I've never done any such thing, known about any such thing". Kavanaugh has denied being at the party.

With the midterm Congressional election looming in November, the party's all-male representation on the panel risks appearing disrespectful of Blasey Ford in a way that could turn away women voters. "I think I might have pushed it forward a lot faster", he said".

Fair? No. But it's roughly the point we've reached in the "debate" on Mr Kavanaugh, which will have its denouement in a Capitol Hill committee room today.

Kavanaugh adds, "What I've been accused of is far more serious than juvenile misbehavior". Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, said in a statement the objective is to "de-politicize the process and get to the truth, instead of grandstanding and giving senators an opportunity to launch their presidential campaigns".

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President Trump attacked Brett Kavanaugh's second accuser Tuesday, saying she "has nothing" on the Supreme Court nominee and was "totally inebriated and all messed up" during a college party at which, she said, Kavanaugh exposed himself to her.

And two former Yale classmates of Kavanaugh took issue Tuesday with his claims that he did not drink excessively or take part in abusing women during his university years.

Preparations continued for that session. In 1991, Clarence Thomas was confirmed by the Senate after the Judiciary Committee passed on recommending him.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said he thought the judge should bow out altogether.

"Kavanaugh was on top of me while laughing with Judge, who periodically jumped onto Kavanaugh".

By the time the committee holds its hearing Thursday, there could be a third Kavanaugh accuser.

Late Tuesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee sent out a notice scheduling a 9:30 a.m. committee vote Friday in the case "that a majority of the members are prepared" to vote then. He said he knew Mitchell, the prosecutor tapped to interview Blasey, and called her a honest and serious person.

In a break from convention, Mitchell will question Ford and Kavanaugh on behalf of the committee's Republican senators, 11 men.

Avenatti also represents Stormy Daniels, who alleges she was paid to keep a sexual relationship with Trump quiet.

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