After Latest Kavanaugh Allegations, Trump Calls Avenatti 'A Total Low

After Latest Kavanaugh Allegations, Trump Calls Avenatti 'A Total Low

After Latest Kavanaugh Allegations, Trump Calls Avenatti 'A Total Low

Attorney Michael Avenatti says his client is Julie Swetnick.

Brett Kavanaugh accuser Julie Swetnick has spoken publicly for the first time since accusing the Supreme Court nominee of sexual misconduct - saying she doesn't think he deserves the job. "I became aware of efforts by Mark Judge, Brett Kavanaugh and others to spike the "punch" at house parties I attended with drugs and/or grain alcohol so as to cause girls to lose their inhibitions and their ability to say 'No, '" she said. "I became the victim of one of these "gang" or "train" rapes where Mark Judge and Brett Kavanaugh were present".

On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee shared Judge Kavanaugh's prepared testimony ahead of Thursday's hearing over Prof Ford's allegation.

Blasey said Judge was the other man in the room in 1982 when Kavanaugh covered her mouth and tried to rip her clothes off.

She does not say Kavanaugh participated in the alleged rape or what, if any, role he played, nor does she say where the alleged episode took place. Or perhaps we will learn that her account is persuasive and compelling, and there are strong reasons to believe it, even apart from the fact that it is consistent with so much else we have heard about Kavanaugh's high school social scene.

"We demand an immediate FBI investigation into the allegations", he continued.

The claims by Swetnick have been scrutinized by conservative commentators and publications, that pointed to what appears to be several odd moments or discrepancies in her sworn affidavit, posted by Avenatti on Twitter Wednesday. The user said his girlfriend called Avenatti on a burner phone, and that both also pretended to be a person who could corroborate the story, CBS News reported.

Kavanaugh faces a crucial Senate hearing Thursday where he will seek to rebut sexual misconduct claims from women.

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Feinstein then asked if Kavanaugh wanted to elaborate on his comments about Swetnick's accusations.

Judiciary Chairman Charles E. Grassley would not take a stand on Avenatti's involvement in the high-stakes Supreme Court nomination.

Kavanaugh has denied all the allegations so far. "I want the American people to have those facts and judge for themselves", she said.

Rep. Hank Johnson, a Georgia Democrat who sits on the House Judiciary Committee, plans to open an investigation into the background of Brett Kavanaugh if he is confirmed to the Supreme Court, Johnson told The Intercept. She also claims this happened between 1980-1981 during which she would have been a college student.

Kavanaugh flatly denied the allegations Wednesday in a statement released by the White House.

"They have predetermined the outcome by declaring that they're going to have a vote on Friday", one day after Ford's scheduled testimony, Robbin said.

"Within the last month, but after Professor Ford's allegations came out?" "I want to know who drafted it".

She also said she saw Kavanaugh and Judge lined up at other parties "waiting for their "turn" with a girl inside the room".

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