UB40 Want Nothing to Do With Brett Kavanaugh

UB40 Want Nothing to Do With Brett Kavanaugh

UB40 Want Nothing to Do With Brett Kavanaugh

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Donald Trump has been sharply condemned for mocking Dr Christine Blasey Ford - the woman who accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault - with two key Republicans who could determine if the federal judge is confirmed to the U.S. supreme court calling the comments "appalling" and "just plain wrong".

The members called for bipartisan ground rules to be established for public discussion of the information provided by the FBI, adding it is critical the American people have confidence in the FBI's investigation.

The White House specifically requested Federal Bureau of Investigation interviews with four people: Kavanaugh's high school friends Mark Judge and P.J. Smyth; Leland Keyser, who Dr. Christine Blasey Ford identified as at the gathering where she was assaulted; and Ramirez, who's lawyers provided a list of more than 20 additional witnesses to interview.

Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wants a final Senate vote on the nomination on Saturday, after an earlier procedural vote on Friday.

Susan Collins said they were "just plain wrong", and Alaska Sen.

During a MS rally on Tuesday night, Trump mocked Ford's testimony in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee because there were details of the assault she could not remember. She said Trump was merely "pointing out factual inconsistencies". 'I don't know.' Where's the house? "I know this because I heard Brett and his friends using these terms on multiple occasions".

The audience laughed as the president said: "Thirty-six years ago this happened: I had one beer!" I don't remember. Where was the place?

On NBC's "Today" show Wednesday, Republican Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona, said that ridiculing "something this sensitive at a political rally is just not right". "It's kind of appalling".

Sen. Chris Coons of DE, the Democrat who paired with Republican Sen.

The report said 21-year-old Dom Cozzolino told police that Mr Kavanaugh threw ice at him for "some unknown reason". "The President's comments yesterday mocking Dr Ford were wholly inappropriate and, in my view, unacceptable".

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The Supreme Court began a new term this week without a full bench as it waits on the FBI to investigate sexual abuse allegations against nominee Brett Kavanaugh. "The President is very confident in his nominee, as he's stated time and time again, and we expect the Senate to vote, and we hope they do that soon".

The party has only a 51-49 Senate majority.

Those GOP senators, along with Democrats Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and Joe Manchin of West Virginia, have yet to declare how they will vote on Kavanaugh.

"Sometimes people are accused of something they didn't do", Graham said.

"The problem is less with relationships - like I said, those are resilient - than it is with process", he said.

The senator said he was requesting the recordings because the committee has obtained a letter that "raises specific concerns" about the reliability of Ford's polygraph test.

'Wow, such enthusiasm and energy for Judge Brett Kavanaugh, ' Trump posted.

At a White House briefing, Trump's spokeswoman Sarah Sanders defended his remarks in MS and said he was not concerned the comments may have jeopardized the votes of key senators. Asked whether the President's attack would sway her vote, she answered: "I am taking everything into account".

Kavanaugh has denied Ford's accusation as well as allegations by two other women, all dating from the 1980s, while accusing Democrats of a political "hit".

The FBI has also questioned Deborah Ramirez, who says he exposed himself to her during a college party.

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