The FBI's investigation into sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh should be "fulsome", because it's "no good" if the probe takes place just to give senators "cover", Republican Sen.
The FBI is now conducting a supplemental investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh.
The Arizona Republican made the comments during a broader speech Friday at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire, his latest act that could be read as an early foray into the world of 2020 presidential politics.
A demonstration had been planned to urge Flake to vote against confirming Kavanaugh.
Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., center, spoke with reporters, September 28, after meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky.in his office in the Capitol in Washington.
On the issue of the scope of the FBI's investigation, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said White House counsel Don McGahn, who is managing Kavanaugh's nomination, "has allowed the Senate to dictate what these terms look like, and what the scope of the investigation is".
CBS News has confirmed that the White House has authorized the Federal Bureau of Investigation to expand the initial scope of the review to include interviews of anyone it deems necessary in order to vet those misconduct claims, and the president on Monday said he wants the Federal Bureau of Investigation to interview "anybody" they want to, "within reason".
"I've been failing my tribe for some time now", he continued.
"By the conventions of how party loyalists are supposed to behave, I hope to continue to fail my tribe", Flake said.
Democratic state Rep Tim Smith of Manchester, who also attended the protest, said he was unsure if any other Supreme Court nominee from Trump would face the same level of resistance as Kavanaugh.
"We're friends because we have worked together, and we have worked together because the constitutional framework that created our government ingeniously makes governing hard and compromise inevitable", Flake said. In March, he told New Hampshire Republicans that someone needs to stop Trump in the 2020 presidential contest. "It is tearing our country apart".
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One of them is Republican Jeff Flake of Arizona, who was greeted by hundreds of liberal protesters, victims of sexual assault among them, during an appearance Monday in Boston.
"No, not a chance", Flake said.
"For the past year, I've been speaking about the condition of our democracy because my conscience has required me to do it", Flake said. "A lot of the uproar about Kavanaugh isn't just because of how he might rule on stuff", said Smith.
Bob Corker, R-Tenn., who has frequently sparred with President Trump , announced he would support the nominee Thursday night. She was also by his side as her husband was interviewed by Fox News this week about the allegations he is now facing.
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.
But on Saturday, North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho blamed United States sanctions for the lack of progress since then. Mr Trump grumbled that commentators would cast him as "unpresidential" for describing Mr Kim in such glowing terms.
The FBI had already completed a background check on Kavanaugh, and it was unclear what the parameters of the new inquiry would be. Kavanaugh said in a statement Friday that he would continue to cooperate with investigators to clear his name.
Maddox , a 6-year-old autistic boy who doesn't speak, reportedly vanished from the Gastonia area park on Saturday. Both parents begged the public to call the tip line at 704-869-1075 with any information about their son.
Blumenthal said he was riveted by Ford's testimony and wanted to hear from the other person alleged to have witnessed the assault. It will also question Mark Judge , a friend of Kavanaugh who Ford said witnessed the assault, and Leland Keyser and P.J.
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.
"I can't wait to see what I will receive after we will down another (Russian) airplane", Assad tells the Russian officer. Magen said there are two opposing voices in Russian Federation when it comes to Iran .
But the Labor opposition party said the government had "bullied" Mr Milne and interfered with the ABC's independence. Milne's departure comes just days after the ABC sacked former managing director Michelle Guthrie .
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , center, may get a reprieve after a scare this week in which he expected to be fired.
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