"They are looking to destroy, and influence his opinions - but played the game badly".
When Kavanaugh testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee past year, he denied all allegations of impropriety. Now, in their new book, New York Times reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly, are sparking fresh controversy, alleging that investigators failed to interview over two dozen people "who may have had corroborating evidence" regarding Kavanaugh's second accuser's account and, potentially, overlooked another alleged victim entirely.In a report, adapted from the soon-to-be-released book titled The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation, The New York Times focuses on Deborah Ramirez, a classmate of Kavanaugh's at Yale University.
The new reports reopened some of the bitter, partisan divisions that accompanied Kavanaugh's confirmation.
Joe Biden, the front runner in the race, called the accusations "profoundly troubling" but stopped short of calling for the judge's impeachment, which would require the House of Representatives to introduce articles of impeachments and the Republican-controlled Senate to vote in favour with a two-thirds majority.
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Collins at the time called the investigation "very thorough" and reviewed copies of FBI interviews before delivering her climactic speech.
"Smears like this on Justice Kavanaugh make it impossible to deny the mainstream media's bias", McDaniel tweeted.
McConnell, R-Ky., took to the Senate floor Monday afternoon to decry what he described as a familiar "pattern" involving Kavanaugh allegations: "Shoot first, correct the facts later".
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His third wife, supermodel Paulina Porizkova , announced in May 2018 that the couple had separated after 28 years of marriage. The pair met while shooting the video for 1984's " Drive " and had two children together.
"The one who is actually being assaulted is Justice Kavanaugh - Assaulted by lies and Fake News!" he said. "We need to get to the bottom of whether the Trump administration and Senate Republicans pressured the Federal Bureau of Investigation to ignore evidence or prevented them from following up on leads", it said.
The witness notified USA senators and the Federal Bureau of Investigation about the account, but the FBI did not investigate, according to the Times. Ramirez's lawyers provided the Federal Bureau of Investigation the names of roughly 20 people, but few if any were ever interviewed. "Not in high school, not in college, not ever", he said in his charged statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee following Ford's testimony.
One of the letters named the woman in the incident Stier said he witnessed.
More than any other senator up for reelection next year, Collins' fate is tied to her handling of Kavanaugh, with Democrats arguing that her firm support for his clouded nomination provided a key boost for confirmation and undermined her carefully tended moderate profile.
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In an interview with Mid-Day , Ayushmann said he chose to be a part of the film because its story was "out-of-the-box". The trailer of the film showcased Ayushmann as a girl playing Sita in Ram Leela and left everyone in awe of the actor.
The FBI's reopened background check, which began late on Friday, Sept. 28, lasted less than a week. Kavanaugh was confirmed October 6.