Kavanaugh investigation: FBI 'hasn't spoken to Christine Blasey Ford'

Calvin Saunders
October 4, 2018

Imitating Ford, he added, "But I had one beer - that's the only thing I remember".

I have been contacted by numerous reporters about Brett Kavanaugh and have not wanted to say anything because I had nothing to contribute about what kind of Justice he would be. Well you think? Nope, it was one beer. 'Where was the place?' I don't remember. And I think the country needs to be behind it and we need a more bipartisan process.

What neighborhood was it in? I don't know, upstairs, downstairs, where was it?

"'What neighbourhood was it in?' I don't know. 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.

The man next then "took a swing at Brett", Ludington continued, and then they were "two guys fighting - that was all very quick".

With the White House's blessing, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has expanded its inquiry into allegations against Kavanaugh beyond the initial four interviews that the White House directed to be conducted, and have now also spoken with more of Kavanaugh's classmates from Georgetown Prep who attended a party entered onto Kavanaugh's 1982 calendar.

It's Ford (and Ramirez) or bust for Jeff Flake, at least according to his stance at the moment.

Kavanaugh and Ford both are "victims at the hands of the Democrats", Sanders shot back.

She said Mr Trump was "pointing out factual inconsistencies".

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White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders defended Donald Trump on Wednesday over his mockery of Christine Blasey Ford and her allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.

Though he didn't mention Christine Blasey Ford, one of Kavanaugh's accusers, directly, he mocked her testimony noting she did not know how she got home after what she described as a sexual assault 36 years ago - days after Trump called her testimony "very credible".

"Every single word Judge Kavanaugh has said has been picked apart, every single word., second by second of his testimony has been picked apart". Ford first told her husband and therapist about the assault, naming Kavanaugh, in 2012, long before he was nominated for a life-time appointment to the highest court in the U.S. She's also been the target of threats from Trump supporters since coming forward and has had to move and hire a security detail. I wanted to support him.

Leahy, one of the most senior Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee, says he worries the fight will have a lasting impact on both the Senate and the courts.

A month later, in August, Kilmeade lamented that former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman had "outsmarted the president" by writing a tell-all book about his chaotic administration.

"The tactic of the president laying low has been lauded by all sides", said Brian Kilmeade, a host of Trump's preferred morning show Fox & Friends.

"The woman has been accommodated by all of us, including Senate Judiciary Committee", Conway told reporters.

Earlier Tuesday, Senate Republicans and Democrats sparred over the ongoing FBI investigation, which is expected to be completed by Friday.

Liberals have backed charges from women who have disparaged Kavanaugh as a privileged, preppy, binge-drinking, belligerent who assaulted women and men in his school and college years and is therefore temperamentally unfit for the Supreme Court.

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