Donald Trump says he wants 'comprehensive' FBI investigation of Brett Kavanaugh

Trump at his rally derided Ford over some details concerning her allegation that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers, and Roberts asked why the president felt compelled to do so.

"I think that it's a very scary time for young men in America when you can be guilty of something that you may not be guilty of", Trump said Tuesday afternoon outside the White House. "He sent a clear message to victims of sexual assault that they should not believe", Feinstein said in her statement.

"I'm not on the ballot, but in a certain way I am", he said.

And Mr Trump's oldest son, Donald Trump Jr, told the Daily Mail this week: "I've got boys, and I've got girls".

The letter went on: "This afternoon, we learned of media reports that the Federal Bureau of Investigation does not intend to interview either Dr Ford or Judge Kavanaugh".

The FBI investigation was launched Friday, one day after Christine Blasey Ford told the Senate Judiciary Committee that Kavanaugh assaulted her at a high school party.

"What I can tell you with certainty is that we'll have an Federal Bureau of Investigation report this week and we'll have a vote this week", McConnell told reporters.

A month later, in August, Kilmeade lamented that former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman had "outsmarted the president" by writing a tell-all book about his chaotic administration. "And a man's life is in tatters".

"I don't like what the President said last night, I'm the first person to say I want to hear from Dr. Ford, I thought she was handled respectfully", Graham said. "It would - in effect - be appealing the Senate's verdict directly to the American people".

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And if he believes the charges against Kavanaugh are ultimately true, he would consider withdrawing the high court nomination. They went on television - and they didn't want to and I didn't ask them - and they said the New York Times made it up.


Flake was instrumental in getting Trump last Friday to initiate an FBI investigation into the allegations against Kavanaugh, a conservative federal appeals court judge nominated by the president for a lifetime job on the top USA court.

"I know a number of people who have contradicted Judge Kavanaugh's accounts that have minimized his drinking have not been able to get ahold of the FBI", Swalwell said.

The father-son attack on women who come forward with charges of sexual misconduct despite the trauma and the public opprobrium it involves enraged liberals who say the remarks showed just exactly why women are reluctant to come forward - rampant mansplaining and misogyny amid misrepresentation of facts. I wish he hadn't. done it.

Up until this point, Trump had been surprisingly restrained about Dr. Ford's testimony.

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the confirmation vote will occur once senators of both parties have a chance to review the FBI's conclusions.

When the camera cut back to Kilmeade, he maintained that "sexual assault is deadly serious".

For the reasons discussed below, I do not think that a reasonable prosecutor would bring this case based on the evidence before the [Senate Judiciary] Committee.

The Republicans hold a narrow 51-49 advantage in the Senate heading into the November election.

Ludington said he "cringed" when he watched the Fox News interview with Kavanaugh and his wife Monday and when Kavanaugh testified under oath on Thursday to the judiciary committee.

  • Michelle Webb