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Brett Kavanaugh: Second allegation made against court nominee

Brett Kavanaugh: Second allegation made against court nominee”

She says he put his hand over her mouth when she tried to scream.

COONS: Rachel, they may not want it to happen, but I think it's important to keep reminding your listeners that this is what happens in every federal nomination to a lifetime appointment to the judiciary, first. "I hope she comes". "It's not my normal approach to b indecisive", the Iowa senator wrote.

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He shrugged off responsibility for the extension onto the Senate's Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer.

Here's what Grassley says in a tweet: "I feel like I'm playing 2nd trombone in the judiciary orchestra and Schumer is the conductor".

A person working on Kavanaugh's confirmation backed up the Times account of the calendars to The Associated Press. Feinstein also demanded an FBI investigation of the claims, despite repeated explanations from Grassley that it is the Senate's constitutional duty to conduct the probe.

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Kelly claimed in her recent book that former Fox News chief Roger Ailes had sexually harassed her and other women, and famously confronted Donald Trump at the first Republican presidential debate in 2015 over his alleged treatment of women. In denying the latest accusation on Monday, he called it part of "a coordinated effort to destroy my good name".

Attorneys for Christine Blasey Ford told the Senate Judiciary Committee she would be willing to appear next week.

The new information came hours after the Senate committee agreed to a date and time for a hearing after almost a week of uncertainty over whether Ford would appear to tell her story.

Ford's lawyers said it was still unclear who will ask questions, as Republicans were trying to hire an outside female counsel who could take over the questioning.

He also rejected her proposal that she testify after Kavanaugh, a position lawyers consider advantageous because it gives them a chance to rebut accusations.

The Times also said that the New Yorker never confirmed Kavanaugh was at the party and that none of "several dozen people" the paper interviewed had "firsthand knowledge" of the alleged incident. Add Supreme Court as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Supreme Court news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

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The notion of a "liberal" media conspiracy to sink a conservative nominee appears to be further belied by a contrary case: There were no accusations reported about Neil M. Gorsuch, a Trump nominee who was confirmed to the Supreme Court previous year.

The White House remained firmly behind Kavanaugh Monday and planned an aggressive defense, said a White House official not authorized to speak publicly, who stressed the lack of corroborating evidence.

Democratic senators are expected to ask their own questions. Jeff Flake, Maine Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California. "His nomination was an affront to women from the start, and any continuation of these hearings will be seen by women as a war on survivors of sexual assault". They sat in a circle with other students, consuming alcohol, and Ramirez became extremely drunk.

Vice President Mike Pence calls Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh "a man of integrity with impeccable credentials". Republicans made a counteroffer on Friday of holding the hearing on Wednesday, and having Ford testify before Kavanaugh.

Ford had decided in August that she would not go public.

"A good and honorable man and his family are receiving death threats".

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Kavanaugh had seemed to gain momentum among Republican senators this week, with growing numbers saying it was approaching time to vote and those who'd voiced concern about Ford's charges stopping short of expressing opposition to Kavanaugh.



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