What You Need To Know About Ford And Kavanaugh’s Senate Testimonies

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He has denied the allegations by Ford and two other women who have also made accusations against him since the nomination was announced.

The Supreme Court nominee has been "incandescent" - as in extremely angry - according to one person involved in his preparation. We've provided one stream up top and two below. Kavanaugh's confirmation would cement conservative control of the high court as Trump moves to shift it and the broader federal judiciary to the right. He and his chief accuser will both appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday.

"Brett groped me and tried to take off my clothes", her statement said.

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Regarding other allegations - some of which have been anonymous - that have come to the committee since Ford came forward, Kavanaugh has called some of them "ridiculous", his supporters tell CNN.

Following an eventful day at the United Nations, President Donald Trump held a news conference in NY before departing back to Washington D.C. Kavanaugh is scheduled to testify later in the day. Trump said: "If I thought he was guilty of something like this -- yeah, sure".

In prepared testimony released on Wednesday, Blasey Ford said she feared Kavanaugh would rape her during the attack, which she said occurred in the summer of 1982.

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He also admits to drinking beer with friends during his school days, but says, "I never did anything remotely resembling what Dr. In his tweet releasing Swetnick's testimony, Avenatti demanded "an immediate FBI investigation into the allegations".

Michael Avenatti, the attorney for Brett Kavanaugh's latest accuser, says Republican leaders "don't want the truth known" about the Supreme Court nominee's alleged sexual misconduct. "I can only say that what they have done to this man is incredible". The Republican senators have turned over questioning on their part to Rachel Mitchell, an Arizona sex crimes prosecutor who has been viewed as a victim's advocate in such cases. For Kavanaugh, his supporters say, it's not as much about a Supreme Court seat now but defending his name.

On Sunday (September 23), Deborah Ramirez accused the judge of sexual misconduct during their years as classmates at Yale University, claiming that he exposed himself to her during a drunken party and caused her to touch him without consent when she pushed him away. The committee is set to vote on whether to recommend Kavanaugh's nomination to the full Senate on Friday. "They deserve to be treated with respect".

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