Trump says he wants 'comprehensive' FBI investigation of Kavanaugh

Supreme Court Justice Kagan won’t discuss Kavanaugh

Running for re-election is Democrat Joe Manchin, who both parties are wooing in the Kavanaugh confirmation fight. Joseph McCarthy used unfounded allegations to accuse people of being communists without firm evidence, ruining their reputations. That investigation is supposed to be completed by Friday.

Ford's emotional testimony that she was sexually assaulted by a drunken Kavanaugh at a party proved adequately credible to the committee to call for a postponement of the Senate vote. Following her to the witness table, Kavanaugh denied the allegations and angrily defended himself.

Some Democratic members of Congress have accused the White House of stopping investigators from interviewing certain witnesses. "But most people will speak to them".

"A "he said, she said" case is incredibly hard to prove", Mitchell explained. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because of the confidential nature of the process.

Sen. Susan Collins said Sunday she is confident in the investigation and "that the FBI will follow up on any leads that result from the interviews". He also says he stands by Kavanaugh. "The trauma for a man who has never had any accusations", Trump said. "I just hope you don't sit home, because bad things will happen if you sit home", he said.

"When I say and come out with very, very strong statements about the media, I'm talking about the fake news media".

"I was pushed onto the bed and Brett got on top of me", she said.

Separately, the Senate Judiciary Committee made public late on Sunday a previously unreleased interview with Kavanaugh from September 26, before a public hearing with Ford, in which he denied all the allegations against him and committee Democrats declined to ask questions, saying they felt the FBI should investigate the allegations.

"He said very intently, 'This is tearing our country apart.' We have to do something", said Coons, a Delaware Democrat.

"We're not going to give it to them", Trump said.

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It comes as Mr Trump earlier said he wants the FBI to conduct a comprehensive and quick investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against his US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, but said he did not want to see a "witch hunt".

Speaking at a White House Rose Garden event Monday, Trump told reporters that he continues to support Kavanaugh.

What will the FBI investigation do?

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway yesterday conceded that the review was meant to be "limited in scope". "We may well be in a different place a week from now because Judge Kavanaugh and his family may well have had exculpatory evidence brought forward". In the end, the nomination of Kavanaugh may not only tarnish the reputation of Congress, but also shake Americans' confidence in our Supreme Court.

Donald Trump Jr. has five children and suggested he feared "my sons" would be most negatively impacted by similar he-said, she-said allegations. Trump Jr. tells DailyMail TV that he found the situation "scary" and that lives could be ruined by false claims.

In a wide-ranging interview that aired Sunday night on CBS' "60 Minutes", Sens.

Who are Mr Kavanaugh's accusers?

The activities of congressional Democrats and Dr. Ford's attorneys likely affected Dr. Ford's account.

Pennsylvania Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner argued recently that Democrats had "weaponized" crimes against women in order to smear Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Dr. Ford identified other witnesses to the event, and those witnesses either refuted her allegations or failed to corroborate them.

The court also will also consider a class-action settlement involving Alphabet Inc.'s Google, an antitrust suit against Apple Inc. over its iPhone apps, and an appeal from an investment banker accused by federal regulators of duping investors.