Brett Kavanaugh to deny sex assault allegations in Senate testimony

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Sheryl Gay Stolberg, congressional correspondent for the New York Times.

The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing Thursday where Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and the woman accusing him of sexual assault are set to testify about her allegation.

"If you brought me this case, this 35 years old - and you made an accusation against Brett Kavanaugh or anyone else and you couldn't tell me the location, date, and every person you named that was there said it didn't happen, you couldn't get a warrant", he said.

"'I will not be intimidated into withdrawing from this process".

Graham concluded by exhorting his Republican colleagues not to allow the allegations against Kavanaugh to derail his nomination. Kavanaugh also denied new accusations released in Senate Judiciary Committee transcripts Wednesday night.

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Dr Ford answered questions about whether she had been sufficiently traumatized by her assault, about who paid for the polygraph test that she passed, and about whether she was really afraid of flying.

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Others said they believed Kavanaugh had been assaulted, but that it had likely been by someone else and that she had simply mistaken their identity. Avenatti said Wednesday, July 4, 2018, he doesn't owe any money personally and called the court filing "politically motivated". "I haven't had the chance to figure out how to manage those because I've never had one", she said.

Feinstein asked Kavanaugh if he wanted to say more about Swetnick's allegations.

During his time fielding questions, Kavanaugh revealed himself to be a bitter, bullying, temper tantrum-pitching sack of entitlement-truly the ideal Supreme Court nominee to reflect the Trump doctrine.

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She told the Senate Judiciary Committee that during the alleged incident at a gathering of teenagers when she and Mr Kavanaugh were high school students in Maryland that she thought Mr Kavanaugh was going to rape her and perhaps accidentally kill her.

Blasey Ford testified that Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge, both "visibly drunk", pushed her into an upstairs room at the party and locked the door.

In a tellingly feminine posture, she seemed eager to accommodate and to please, even before the Republican senators whose objective at the hearing was to discredit her. This is just completely made up, or at least not me.

The senators and their teams conducted the "first interview with a man who believes he, not Judge Kavanaugh, had the encounter with Dr. Ford in 1982 that is the basis of his [sic] complaint".

Mitchell's questions steered clear of the details of the alleged assault and focused at times on whether Ford was coordinating with Kavanaugh opponents. This hearing offered viewers an opportunity to see that character in action. Sheldon Whitehouse's office "concerning a rape on a boat in August of 1985".

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