GOP Senator: Send Criminal Referral Regarding Kavanaugh Accuser Swetnick

The Kavanaugh resistance crew is starting to fall apart

The Kavanaugh resistance crew is starting to fall apart

The unnamed woman claimed in her statement to have been "first introduced" to Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge in 1980 "at Beach Week in Ocean City, Maryland". During the interview conducted Sunday, Snow said there were inconsistencies between what Swetnick wrote in a sworn affidavit and what she told her. Attempts to reach people who could corroborate her story were unsuccessful.

A committee press release touting the letter, titled "Judiciary Committee Receives Statement Regarding Swetnick Allegations", emphasized excerpts from the letter focused on accuser Julie Swetnick's alleged past sexual practices and provided a link to the full letter.

When followers pointed out that it probably meant a lot to Kelly when she accused former Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes of assault and was believed, she cited the evidence she had to back her claim. She responded that she first tried sex with multiple guys while in high school and still liked it from time-to-time. When I first made a decision to run, everybody said the single most important thing you do is the Supreme Court Justice It's okay, we've all heard that many times about a president.

President Trump has denied this, saying agents are free to interview whoever they deem fit - though the investigation can last no longer than a week.

Avenatti told HuffPost the letter is "complete garbage" and evidence that the "GOP must be truly desperate". He denies all claims of misconduct. Dennis Ketterer wrote this in a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding her accusations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Hatch's office posted on Twitter a link to the letter on the Senate Judiciary Committee's website. "Do you know how bad a fight has to be for the police to get called on a white guy at an Ivy League school in the '80s?!?"

The confirmation process has taken months, starting with most senators meeting privately with President Donald Trump's nominee, followed by a week of public hearings. Ketterer said he provided his statement because he wanted to "do the right thing" and because he sympathized with Kavanaugh's wife, Ashley. Swetnik has accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct. As to whether she finds Avenatti trustworthy, Feinstein said, "I don't know".

Trump also ripped the effect of Blasey Ford's allegations.

"This has nothing to do with party - it really doesn't", he said.

"I was at a party and I remember I started not to feel very well". NBC News reported that Swetnick provided four names of friends who attended the parties, but one person was deceased, one did not know a Julie Swetnick, and the two others have not replied to requests for comment.

"I understood this was being done for the objective of making girls more likely to engage in sexual acts and less likely to say 'No, '" she claimed.

Julie Swetnick says she can not be sure Brett Kavanaugh was among the boys she accuses of gang raping her at a house party in the 1980s.

Ketterer, who was terminated from his position with Channel 7 in Washington in the mid-1990s, sued the station for $12 million in 1995 over what he said was discrimination against him because a psychiatrist had diagnosed him with bipolar II disorder.

Ketterer said the two had a relationship that lasted a few weeks, even though he was married. He has diabetes, not a mental illness, he said. "I hope not", he said.

"I didn't want to provoke her", he explained about not following up.

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