Kavanaugh's accuser offers four people to back accusation: Documents

Arturo Kim
September 26, 2018

Ramirez alleged in an article published by The New Yorker Sunday night that while she and Kavanaugh both attended Yale University in the early 1980s, he pulled down his trousers and exposed himself to her.

Meanwhile at the United Nations, President Trump made very clear that he's on board with Kavanaugh, as he lashed out at Democrats, and one of the judge's accusers.

Michael Avenatti, a lawyer who represents a porn star claiming to have had an affair with Trump, has said he is also representing a possible third Kavanaugh accuser, whom he has not identified.

"He admits that he drank and did some things that he looks back on and says are embarrassing and make you cringe". Ford accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her at a high school party in the 1980s, a charge the nominee has repeatedly denied. And she says: 'Well it might not be him.' And there were gaps. It might have been him, or it might have been him.

President Donald Trump late Monday tweeted out support for his embattled Supreme Court pick, and asked his supporters to "pray" for Brett Kavanaugh and his family.

President Donald Trump has blamed Democrats for playing a "high level CON GAME" and attempting to destroy Kavanaugh's reputation. "They're really con artists".

Ramirez has admitted that she doesn't remember all the details from the night in question and reportedly said she can't be absolutely sure it was Kavanaugh who exposed himself to her. He said rejecting Kavanaugh would be "a disgusting insult" and "a very unsafe game" for the U.S.

The sharp exchanges on the Senate floor came one day after Kavanaugh appeared on US cable television - an unprecedented move for a Supreme Court nominee - to refute all allegations of sexual misconduct.

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Ford, a California college professor, is set to testify Thursday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

That's because Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, one of Kavanaugh's accusers, might be there. I've been on the committee for 24 years, and I've never seen it before.

"I've never sexually assaulted anyone, not in high school, not ever".

The Kavanaugh controversy is unfolding just weeks before November 6 congressional elections in which Democrats are trying to take control of Congress from Republicans, against a backdrop of the #MeToo movement fighting sexual harassment and assault.

Additionally, there were lingering questions about whether Deborah Ramirez, Kavanaugh's second accuser, would testify.

In a statement provided by the White House, Mr Kavanaugh said the event "did not happen" and that the allegation was "a smear, plain and simple".

Senate Democrats countered that, if Republicans wanted to learn the facts about the nominee's past behavior, they would not have rejected calls for an FBI investigation of the allegations against him. "And so in order for us to take them under consideration, she needs to take the next steps".

Ford's accusations prompted a second woman to come forward with an accusation of inappropriate sexual behavior against Kavanaugh. "I don't think because you happen to be a male you're disqualified from listening to the evidence and making a decision based upon the evidence", said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

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