Scary time for young men in America

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In the statement, a man who says he is Ford's former boyfriend says he saw Ford, a psychology professor, coach a friend on how to be less nervous during a polygraph examination. "It will be made available to each senator, and only senators will be allowed to look at it". "That is the key question here".

"It's a very scary time for young men in America when you can be guilty of something that you may not be guilty of", Trump said at the White House.

U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh meets with Sen. Grassley said he was reminded of the 1991 testimony of then-Judge Clarence Thomas, who told the committee that the hearing into sexual harassment allegations from Anita Hill amounted to a "high-tech lynching". "I mean, right now, I'd say my sons".

Brit Hume reacted to new comments by Arizona Sen.

"Unfortunately, that was too accurate", Leahy said during an interview on MSNBC. "That's pretty much where we are and I don't see this going any further with the New Haven Police Department". "It does not reflect a judicial temperament".

Judge, a conservative writer, was a friend and classmate of Kavanaugh's at Georgetown Preparatory School, a private, all-male Catholic school in North Bethesda, Maryland.

Kavanaugh has emphatically denied all accusations of sexual misconduct.

"A lot is going to depend on what comes back from the FBI in terms of their additional - No. 7 - investigation", Trump said.

The Senate's Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer of NY, says Kavanaugh seems willing to mislead senators about matters big and small to ensure his confirmation.

But an archived version of the page lists him as a Samuel Williston Lecturer on Law, who was scheduled to teach a course called "The Supreme Court since 2005" for the winter 2019 semester.

He would not elaborate on whether the vote would be procedural or a vote to confirm Kavanaugh but said he would fight any Democratic attempts to delay it.

Mr Flake said he would ensure it is a "real investigation" by the FBI as Democrats demanded that Mr Trump give them a full readout of his instructions to the agency.

"I want to see what happens with the FBI", Trump told reporters at the White House before he left on a visit to Philadelphia.

As soon as Trump mentioned Kavanaugh's name, the crowd in the arena began chanting, "We want Kavanaugh".

Several Republicans are pushing for public release because they have become convinced it will be exculpatory or, more cynically, they expect it to leak to the public anyway - and it's safer to have the full thing in view, not just cherry-picked parts that boost one side or another.

"He committed to vote for this nomination", he said.

Mr Kavanaugh, whose Senate confirmation has been thrown into doubt by the accusations, has denied the claims by all three women.

Mr Trump subsequently ordered the investigation. "The interaction with the members was sharp and partisan, and that concerns me", Mr Flake said.

It was not clear if McConnell was referring to a final vote or an initial, procedural vote that would likely not be definitive. But he says anew that the Senate will vote on Kavanaugh this week.

"That finishes everything", Manchin said. I actually think it's like a rallying cry for the Republicans. Democrats, Republicans, even the president. "Though we appreciated the agents who responded on Sunday, we have great concern that the FBI is not conducting-or not being permitted to conduct-a serious investigation", Ramirez's attorney, John Clune, wrote on Twitter Tuesday.

Ali Campbell, the guy Kavanaugh thought he assaulted. He has previously sent two letters to the Senate committee indicating he does not recall events described by Ford. A lawyer for Judge, who has denied any wrongdoing, declined to say when the interview finished or what Judge was asked.

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In a letter addressed to FBI Director Chris Wray and the general counsel Dana Boente, Ford's attorneys lay out the steps they took to offer their client's cooperation.

Her legal team provided the Federal Bureau of Investigation with a list of at least 20 people they believe may have relevant information and should be interviewed, the people said.

Ramirez claims Kavanaugh exposed himself to her when they both attended Yale University. The votes of Republicans Susan Collins (Maine) and Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) are not yet certain.

A third woman, Julie Swetnick, accused Mr Kavanaugh and Mr Judge of excessive drinking and inappropriate treatment of women in the early 1980s, among other accusations.

During his remarks, McConnell dowplayed those allegations.

"Democrats desperately attack Judge Kavanaugh for throwing ice during college. It's one of my only good traits", he said to laughter.

Now, he said, the focus will be on "priority allegations".

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