Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, immediately called for a postponement of Kavanaugh's nomination and called for the FBI to investigate both Ford and Ramirez's allegations. Now you're asking the FBI to investigate the Ramirez allegation.
A request for comment to Charles Grassley, the chair of the Judiciary Committee was not immediately returned.
Ramirez admitted to the New Yorker that there are gaps in her memory of the incident, and that she expects her memories to be questioned as she had been under the influence of alcohol.
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Mr Kavanaugh, 53, an appellate court judge, denied the allegation and said he wanted to testify as soon as possible to clear his name. According to the New York Times, Ramirez told ex-classmates last week she wasn't certain Kavanaugh was the one who had exposed himself to her.
Trump, speaking to reporters on his way into the United Nations on Monday morning, said Kavanaugh "is an outstanding person, and I am with him all the way".
May you all one day experience the brazen confidence of a white man that tells you "Mommy said I was a good boy" is an acceptable rebuttal to allegations of attempted rape.
In a letter to Grassley, Feinstein called for "an immediate postponement of any further proceedings related to the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh". Ford and Kavanaugh are expected to testify on Thursday.
President Donald Trump on Monday described the allegations of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh as "totally political" and said he stood by his Supreme Court nominee.
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"We were told no decision has been made on this important issue, even though various senators have been dismissive of her account and should have to shoulder their responsibility to ask her questions", the attorneys for Ford said in a statement.
As he builds a case for his innocence, Kavanaugh plans to turn over to the committee calendars from the summer of 1982.
The allegations, dating to the 1980s, have put in jeopardy Kavanaugh's chances of winning confirmation in a Senate narrowly controlled by Trump's party, with high-stakes congressional elections just weeks away.
"We reached out to former Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett, who then met with Ms. Ramirez to work through how to analyze and present her allegations", Beckham said. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), the ranking Democrat on the committee, to immediately postpone confirmation proceedings until the FBI could investigate.
Conway said, "I don't think one man's shoulders should bear decades of the #MeToo movement" that has toppled powerful men across industries over the a year ago.
MARTIN: Just very briefly, Senator, Lindsey Graham said on Fox it doesn't matter what he hears from Ford.
It's unclear if Kavanaugh also will address tweets by Michael Avenatti, who says he represents a woman with "credible information regarding Judge Kavanaugh" who is not either of the two above named women.
Rachel O'Leary Carmona of the Women's March echoed Fallon.
Kavanaugh's confirmation would solidify conservative control of the Supreme Court and advance Trump's goal of moving the high court and the broader federal judiciary to the right. "His nomination was an affront to women from the start, and any continuation of these hearings will be seen by women as a war on survivors of sexual assault".