Published: Tue, October 02, 2018
Global Media | By Jackie Banks

Supreme Court Justice Kagan won’t discuss Kavanaugh

Supreme Court Justice Kagan won’t discuss Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh denied her allegation, as well as accusations made by two other women, and accused Democrats of making him the victim of a political "hit". Chris Coons, both members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, launched a bipartisan effort last Friday to delay a confirmation vote on Kavanaugh for a week so the FBI could investigate the sexual impropriety claims made against him by Christine Blasey Ford.

That's according to Eric Bruce, the attorney for Patrick "P.J".

The elevator incident was the turning moment that prompted him to join Democrats in their calls for the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe, he said. "They have free rein", he said of investigators. She said it happened.

Kavanaugh told Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) he was sorry after they had a testy exchange about allegations that he drank to excess and would black out.

Trump also said Kavanaugh should be interviewed by the FBI if it helps lawmakers make a decision on his nomination, though he repeatedly deferred to the Senate as the body in charge of the scope of the investigation.

Trump initially opposed such an investigation as allegations began mounting but relented and ordered one on Friday.

The person familiar with the matter said the investigation must conclude by Friday and it is possible, but unlikely, agents will finish their work before the end of the week.

Kagan says nobody wanted to look "as if the court couldn't do its job". Ms Deborah Ramirez alleges that Mr Kavanaugh exposed his penis to her during a drunken party at a Yale University dormitory when they were undergraduates.

At one point, an emotional Kavanaugh called the confirmation process "a national disgrace" and said the furor had "destroyed my family and my good name".

Pressed on whether lying would be disqualifying, Trump said: "I don't think he did".

US President Donald Trump has turned the fight over the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court into a midterm election rallying cry, denouncing "the ruthless and outrageous tactics of the Democrat Party".

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Speaking at a White House Rose Garden event Monday, Trump told reporters that he continues to support Kavanaugh.

Kavanaugh has strongly denied the allegations, but the Senate directed the FBI to investigate them for up to a week. He also denied reports that the White House is limiting the scope of the probe, saying, "my White House is doing whatever the senators want".

Flake said he was in close touch with McGahn's office to ensure the investigation is thorough.

The president's eldest son is saying the fallout from the sexual misconduct claims against Judge Brett Kavanaugh has him more anxious about his sons than his daughters.

Sanders spoke on "Fox News Sunday", Conway appeared on CNN's "State of the Union" and Graham and Hirono were interviewed on ABC's "This Week".

The president's eldest son has been a strong defender of Kavanaugh, who has been accused of sexual misconduct.

Kavanaugh has denied assaulting Ford.

The FBI is engaging in a weeklong probe into the claims against Kavanaugh.

Flake also said Kavanaugh sounded like somebody who had been "unjustly accused" but he felt the nominee went too far. Rachel Mitchell wrote that she did not believe a "reasonable prosecutor would bring this case based on the evidence before the Committee". Mitchell argues that that there are inconsistencies in Ford's narrative and says no one has corroborated her account. Ford, a California college professor, was not questioned as part of a criminal proceeding but in the confirmation process.

Supreme Court nominations require Senate confirmation. "When Brett got drunk, he was often belligerent and aggressive", Ludington said.

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