Senate Sets Kavanaugh Vote for the Weekend

Senate Sets Kavanaugh Vote for the Weekend

The FBI is conducting a supplemental background investigation into the nominee after he and Ford testified Thursday before the Judiciary Committee about her allegation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were in high school.

At senators behest, the FBI investigated and the agency's latest report Thursday did not corroborate "any of the sexual misconduct allegations against" Kavanaugh, said Majority Leader and Kentucky Republican Mitch McConnell, according to the Associated Press.

The Senate Judiciary Committee expected to receive the report from the FBI Wednesday evening. "They destroy people. They want to destroy people".

Ford and Kavanaugh were not interviewed. Collins is a pro-abortion rights Republican and groups who have long counted her as an ally have anxious that Kavanaugh could erode abortion rights.

Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley questioned California professor Christine Blasey Ford's truthfulness after an ex-boyfriend of Ford's provided a written declaration that in part contradicts claims she made before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week, according to a Fox News report.

The comments contrasted Trump's previous description of Dr. Ford as a "good witness" earlier this week.

Democrats say there is information in the second tweet "that is not accurate".

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It sent the material to the Senate in the middle of the night and said it found nothing in them to corroborate the allegations against Kavanaugh.

In her testimony, Ford had said that she was "100 per cent sure" that Kavanaugh had attempted to rape her in 1982 when they were teenagers.

"His mockery of Dr. Ford last night in MS was wrong, but it doesn't really surprise anyone", said Sen. I don't remember. Where's the place? Lawyers Debra Katz, Lisa Banks, and Michael Bromwich also said there were "more than a dozen other names we provided to the FBI" who they say were never contacted. "But I only had one beer - that's the only thing I remember".

President Donald Trump is continuing last night's Twitter support for Judge Brett Kavanaugh this morning, doubling down on his claims earlier that "the country" is standing by the Supreme Court nominee.

The team member said, according to Politico, that Ford would also have told the Federal Bureau of Investigation that the evening of the alleged assault was simply a regular night and that there'd be no reason for those in attendance to remember it in particular.

"It looks to be a product of an incomplete investigation that was limited, perhaps by the White House, I don't know", Sen.