Kavanaugh Questioned in 1985 After Bar Fight - for Throwing Ice

Kavanaugh Questioned in 1985 After Bar Fight - for Throwing Ice

Kavanaugh Questioned in 1985 After Bar Fight - for Throwing Ice

Ludington said he felt it was his civic duty to tell of his experience drinking with Kavanaugh, and said in his statement he is going to take his information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Kavanaugh was not arrested in the incident.

In a follow-up tweet, the Yale Law Schooler lecturer wrote: "Those are fundamental values we try to instill in our students".

GOP lawmakers emerging from a closed-door lunch said that if the Federal Bureau of Investigation report arrived later in the day, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would trigger a process that could lead to a crucial initial vote Friday and a climactic confirmation roll call over the weekend. "We hope that this reporting is inaccurate". "That's pretty much where we are and I don't see this going any further with the New Haven Police Department".

Citing unnamed Republican aides, the Wall Street Journal reported that the bureau could finish "as soon as late Tuesday or early Wednesday".

Opposition Democrats have accused the administration of trying to limit the scope of the inquiry, amid media reports that Judge Kavanaugh's third accuser - Julie Swetnick - would not be interviewed.

Ford alleged that Kavanaugh was inebriated at the time; Kavanaugh denied the allegations and downplayed his drinking habits, stating he occasionally had "too many beers" while pushing back on the notion that he drank aggressively.

Kavanaugh has categorically denied any and all accusations, saying last week this was a targeted attack against him motivated Democrats' resentments. That's a very, very hard standard.

That red red wine will get you every time. Nope! It was one beer. I don't remember. How'd you get there?

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"How many years ago was it?"

"I don't know. I don't know", the president continued to laughter from his supporters lapping up every word. What neighbourhood was it in? I don't know. Where's the house? Upstairs, downstairs, where was it?

"I have decided and then decided not to participate in this thing multiple times. And a man's life is in tatters".

Ramirez has reportedly spoken with the FBI as part of its investigation. While some senators from both parties have said they'd like at least a summary of the findings to be released, Senate procedures call for such checks to be kept confidential. The contents are not expected to be made public.

The FBI has reopened a background check on the Supreme Court nominee, but the probe is narrowly focused, top officials said in interviews on Sunday.

Noah recounted how, according to the Times, "Donald Trump - the president, by the way, remember? - stole half a billion dollars from the American government" through tax dodges, "needed his father to repeatedly bail out his failing businesses", and "will definitely not go to prison" thanks to the statutes of limitations.

Mr McConnell did not specify when exactly the vote would be held, but it is expected to be on Friday or Saturday.

Christine Blasey Ford testifies to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, on September 27, 2018.

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