The FBI reached out to a second woman who accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, the woman's lawyer said Saturday. The investigation will be limited to "current credible allegations" against Kavanaugh and must be completed within a week, the committee requested.
Trump and the Republican leaders had little choice but to ask Trump to order the FBI inquiry after Senator Jeff Flake (Republican-Arizona), said he would not vote to confirm him without an FBI investigation first. The Senate Judiciary Committee says the probe should be limited to "current credible allegations" against Kavanaugh and be finished by October 5.
Ramirez alleges that Kavanaugh exposed his penis to her during a drunken party at a Yale University dormitory when they were undergraduates. They'll make their decisions and they've been doing a good job.
The committee was required to ask the White House to make the request to the FBI because that authority lies exclusively with the White House and ultimately the president, sources familiar with the background investigation process tell ABC News.
Kavanaugh said in a statement Friday that he would continue to cooperate with investigators to clear his name.
Even before an investigation was reopened, Michael Avenatti, a lawyer for one of the accusers, Julie Swetnick, announced Friday on Twitter that Swetnick would tell her story "directly to the American people" this weekend because Republicans have not allowed her to testify under oath.
The FBI had already completed a background check on Kavanaugh, and it was unclear what the parameters of the new inquiry would be.
Last week, Trump tweeted that "if the attack on Dr. Ford was as bad as she says, charges would have been immediately filed" with local police.
McConnell also strongly warned Trump against firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein following reports that Rosenstein had discussed possibly secretly recording the president and using the Constitution's 25th Amendment to remove him from office, telling him it could lead to "a bloodbath", according to the Republicans familiar with the conversations.
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Kavanaugh's confirmation will be finalized once the full Senate vote occurs. Jeff Flake, the Arizona Republican who forced the delay of Kavanaugh's confirmation with the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe.
Businessman Joseph Shine challenged the court to strike down the law, arguing it was discriminatory against women and arbitrary. In 2015, South Korea's Constitutional Court struck down an adultery law, sending shares in condom maker Unidus soaring.
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She kept them a secret, until after Kavanaugh's public hearing and after lengthy meetings with Judge Kavanaugh. Avenatti said the Republicans on the Judiciary were working hard to stifle any new information abut Kavanaugh.
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Britain has said the attack received approval "at a senior level of the Russian state", an accusation Moscow has fiercely denied. The man who entered Britain in March as Ruslan Boshirov has been identified as Col Anatoliy Chepiga.
One, Deborah Ramirez , told The New Yorker that Kavanaugh exposed himself to her while they were both students at Yale. But when it became clear Kavanaugh would likely be named to the court, she said she faced a hard choice.
Hacks like that have allowed Iran to maintain a revenue stream from oil sales, which officials say has never fluctuated much.
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His colleague Bret Baier said that hearing Ford's testimony was "a totally different thing" than reading about her allegation. I still like beer". "I like beer", he said, but he also said he'd never passed out and never attacked Ford.
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