Published: Mon, September 24, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

New accuser told classmates she wasn't sure Kavanaugh exposed himself

New accuser told classmates she wasn't sure Kavanaugh exposed himself

The developments could also determine the fate of Kavanaugh's confirmation, which hangs on the votes of a handful of senators. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), the ranking Democrat on the committee, to immediately postpone confirmation proceedings until the FBI could investigate.

Still, given the denials, "at any point when you were writing this story this close to the nomination, did you sort of want to push the pause button, say, 'Are we sure this is the right thing to do?'" Stephanopoulos asked.

"The Democrats are engaged in a campaign of delay and character assassination against Judge Kavanaugh. Clearly when it comes to President Trump, elections - in the eyes of Democrats - have no consequences", Sen. Cotton is not on the Judiciary panel.

Trump, at the United Nations in NY, declared that Kavanaugh is "outstanding", and added, "I am with him all the way".

Ramirez says she was hesitant to come forward because she was so drunk that she was on the ground and foggy when it happened. Because it would have happened a year after the now-famous house party described by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. She says he covered her mouth and tried to remove her clothing. Ford says she feared Kavanaugh might inadvertently kill her before she managed to get away.

New allegations against Kavanaugh have come to light since.

Presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway told CBS that the accusations against Mr Kavanaugh sound like "a vast left-wing conspiracy", using rhetoric that echoed Hillary Clinton's 1998 description of allegations that her husband, President Bill Clinton, had had affairs.

Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee said they would investigate Ms Ramirez's accusation.

This all is so flimsy that it makes Christine Ford's story look airtight by comparison.

One of the authors behind the latest account into accusations against Kavanaugh, Jane Mayer, told "CBS This Morning" that at a "certain point.there's things people won't say to a reporter that they might feel they need to say to the Federal Bureau of Investigation".

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U.S Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh/PBS screenshot.

The second claim against Kavanaugh dates to his first year at Yale University.

Journalist Ronan Farrow defended his article in the New Yorker, which says Ramirez spoke to the magazine after "six days of carefully assessing her memories and consulting with her attorney".

Kavanaugh denies the women's allegations, calling Ramirez's claim "a smear, plain and simple".

Donald Trump leaves the White House in September 2018.

On Monday, Trump doubled down on his belief that the allegations are suspect because they were not reported earlier.

White House spokesperson Kerri Kupec released a statement denouncing the report. She recalled remarking, "That's not a real penis", and the other students laughing at her confusion and taunting her, one encouraging her to "kiss it".

The judge has denied both claims, labelling the latest "a smear".

Kavanaugh and the other individual, Mark Judge, then put on loud music before Kavanaugh began groping and attempting to undress her. Kavanaugh, Ford said, put his hand over her mouth to silence her after she yelled, prompting her to fear for her life.

According to a report in The New Yorker on Sunday, Deborah Ramirez (53) attended Yale University with the nominee and said she remembers Kavanaugh exposing himself to her at a dormitory party, CNN reported. "I am with him all the way". Republicans narrowly control the Senate.

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