The FBI will also question Leland Keyser and P.J. Smyth, two people who Ford said were at the gathering of teenagers where Kavanaugh allegedly assaulted her. 'How did you get there?' I don't remember.
"Thirty-six years ago this happened". I don't know. Where's the house?
"I had one beer, right?"
Schumer said that to assert that Ford went public with her allegation for political reasons is "so unfair, is so wrong". Ernst said Tuesday no information has come forward until now to prevent her from voting for Kavanaugh's confirmation. She is a remarkable profile in courage. "He is a profile in cowardice", Michael Bromwich wrote on Twitter.
On Monday, Trump said Kavanaugh's testimony last week - which immediately followed Ford's - showed that the nominee had "a little bit of difficulty" with alcohol when he was younger, undercutting Kavanaugh's own portrayal of his drinking habits in high school and college. I wish he hadn't done it...it's kind of appalling'.
They said the agency had not responded to the offer to interview Prof Ford, or "a series of emails and letters in which we identified witnesses and evidence that would likely assist the FBI".
Kavanaugh first testified for his confirmation hearing before lawmakers on the committee almost a month ago - September 4.
The president was in MS on Tuesday looking to use his influence to sway the outcome of a low-profile election that could tip the balance of the Senate.
GOP Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Jeff Flake are the other key senators. She faces three candidates - Republican Chris McDaniel and Democrats Mike Espy and Tobey Bernard Bartee - in next month's special election for the remainder of the two-year term. "And a vote for Cindy is a vote for me".
Ludington said the man in question was annoyed by Kavanaugh and his classmates' attention, and got into an altercation with the Yale students, according to a report.
He called Democrats who are against Kavanaugh "evil people" who want to "destroy people".
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He even raised questions about the drinking habits of Vermont Sen.
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, a Republican from Kentucky, has targeted Friday for a vote on Kavanaugh from the full legislative body, a timeframe Democratic Sen.
"I thought her testimony was very compelling and she looks like a very fine woman to me, very fine woman", Trump told reporters in the White House last Friday following Ford's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
"It's not fair to Judge Kavanaugh to string this matter along further", Majority Whip John Cornyn of Texas said. "I don't know", Trump lied. "It doesn't necessarily have to be a woman", Trump said.
Due to a special election to fill the seat that Hyde-Smith was appointed to earlier this year, both Senate seats in MS are up for re-election in the November 6 midterm election.
Trump was speaking at the "Make America Great Again" rally in support of Mississippi's two incumbent U.S. senators, Cindy Hyde-Smith and Roger Wicker, both Republicans. While Flake said Kavanaugh deserves some leeway given what he and his family been through, he said, "We can't have this on the court".
Earlier Tuesday, Trump praised Kavanaugh as "an outstanding person" who has been "very brutally treated", and lamented what he described as an unfair playing field for men in the #MeToo era. "It's a damn sad situation", Trump said.
Speaking for more than an hour, Trump touched on several of his favorite topics including his new trade deal with Canada and Mexico, the crowd size at his events and the state of the economy. Almost half of US voters in a Quinnipiac University poll this week opposed Kavanaugh's confirmation, up six points from a month ago.
He said he doesn't want to use the previous name, NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement, which he contends cost American jobs and railed against during his 2016 presidential campaign.
"You can not discount what he is saying and professing at age 53 when it flies in the face of being truthful", Schumer said.