Why the Federal Bureau of Investigation hasn't interviewed Kavanaugh or Ford

Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford

Image Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford have offered differing accounts of what happened in 1982

"Mom a awful thing just happened, a person who I've never met said that I did things that were disgusting, and they're firing me from my job, mom, I don't know what to do, mom, what do I do?"

Mr Flake said on U.S. television: "There's no time and no place for remarks like that, that discuss something this sensitive at a political rally".

The true test for Flake would come once the full Senate votes on the Kavanaugh nomination in the coming days, Walsh said. She called a bunch of other classmates before she came forward because she wasn't even sure it was Kavanaugh who did what she eventually claimed he did. "I thought her testimony was very compelling, and she looks like a very fine woman to me, very fine woman", Trump said of Ford while speaking to reporters on Friday. And if it was anger he wanted out of Kavanaugh, Trump got it. "Last night he chose to blow it", Kilmeade said on "Fox & Friends". "As much as the crowd loved it, I wonder about the wisdom, tactically, of him doing that".

Sen. Lindsey Graham joined Sean Hannity to weigh in on the political implications of the Brett Kavanaugh controversy, warning red state Senate Democrats up for re-election in November that they're "toast" if they vote "no" on the Supreme Court nominee.

But at his rally on Tuesday, the president dismissively imitated Ford's appearance on Capitol Hill in an effort to cast doubt on her testimony.

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During a rally in Mississippi, Trump repeatedly mimicked Ford's testimony, saying "I don't remember!"

But in the memo, Mitchell also argued that Ford "has no memory of key details of the night in question - details that could help corroborate her account", nor has Ford given a consistent account of the alleged assault. That's the only thing I remember. Oh, good. How did you get home? I don't remember. Where was the place? I don't remember. How'd you get there?

"I had one beer". I don't know. I don't know.

Others interviewed include Mark Judge, who Ford has said was in the bedroom where, she says, a drunken Kavanaugh sexually attacked her at a 1982 high school gathering. "He is a profile in cowardice", Michael Bromwich wrote on Twitter. It's the "disgrace" of Democrats who have shown "no regard of the process, decency, or standards" of Supreme Court nominee confirmation hearings.

They said they want the findings released publicly, and want an in-person briefing for senators with the agent who is leading the new background check.

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McConnell told reporters Tuesday that "I can tell you with certainty" that the Federal Bureau of Investigation report will be finished and the Senate will vote this week, though he didn't specify when.

A vote to confirm Mr Kavanaugh has been delayed as the FBI investigates the claims, which he denies.

During the rally, Trump also slammed Democrats for trying to destroy Kavanaugh. For both the judge, and the nation, the stakes are high: If confirmed, Kavanaugh would replace retired Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, the swing vote on a deeply divided court.

Although the FBI has yet to conclude its investigation, McConnell vowed Tuesday that a vote will happen on Kavanaugh's nomination this week regardless of what the FBI finds.

"This is another part of their moving the goal posts, which is happening at the speed of light at this point", said Carrie Severino, chief counsel for the Judicial Crisis Network, a conservative advocacy group.

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