Former classmate says Trump court nominee lied about his drinking

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On Sunday evening, the Senate Judiciary Committee released the transcript of a telephone interview with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh given by Senate Democrats on Wednesday, the night before the hearing.

A one-time classmate of President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee said Monday that Brett Kavanaugh was a habitual heavy drinker, challenging the judge's Senate testimony to the contrary.

Some Republicans fear pushing ahead with Kavanaugh's confirmation could alienate women voters, while Democrats are seeking to capitalise on the controversy.

US Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski agreed with a delay so the FBI could investigate Brett Kavanaugh. The protesters wanted Manchin to commit to opposing Kavanaugh's potential confirmation to the court.

The Kavanaugh nomination erupted last month into a major controversy that jeopardized an effort by Trump and his fellow Republicans to cement conservative dominance of the nation's highest court and push America's judiciary to the right.

Donald Trump Jr. has five children and suggested he feared "my sons" would be most negatively impacted by similar he-said, she-said allegations. "Sometimes I had too many beers", he told the panel. Noting that Ford did not remember in what house the incident allegedly occurred, or how she left the gathering and got back home, Mitchell said "her inability to remember this detail raises significant questions".

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Judge has denied Ford's allegations.

In Kavanaugh's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, he told senators that, while he did occasionally drink "too many" beers in his youth, he did not ever "drink to the point of blacking out", which was how he knew he had never sexually assaulted Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.

"I was very troubled by the tone of the remarks". The bureau has up to a week to interview witnesses and report to the White House, which will forward the findings to the Senate before a confirmation vote. "The Senate will vote on Judge Kavanaugh here, on this floor, this week", McConnell told the chamber. When Justice Antonin Scalia died in February 2016, the Republican-controlled Senate refused to hold a hearing for the man whom then-President Barack Obama nominated to replace him, Merrick Garland. These students, he said, would "drink beer and they'd go insane and you know, they were in high school!"

After confirming that, as well as no name, there was no date and no location identified by the accuser, a Committee member read the "handwritten two-and-a-half page letter", which Kavanaugh said he was completely unaware of. This anonymous person outlined a scenario wherein Kavanaugh allegedly forced her to give him oral sex in a auto as his unnamed friend in the backseat assisted by covering her mouth.

The FBI is now investigating Ford's accusations, as well as those of a second woman, Deborah Ramirez.

P.J. Smyth, identified by Ford as being at the gathering of teenagers where the alleged assault occurred, was interviewed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and again denied knowledge of the gathering or of improper conduct by his friend Kavanaugh, Smyth's lawyers said.

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