WATCH: President Trump mocks Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Trump's Supreme Court pick Judge Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, during rally in Mississippi. "Though we appreciated the agents who responded on Sunday, we have great concern that the FBI is not conducting-or not being permitted to conduct-a serious investigation", Ramirez's attorney, John Clune, wrote on Twitter Tuesday.
Judge has denied Ford's allegations.
Susan Collins of ME tells reporters that Trump's remarks about Christine Blasey (BLAH'-zee) Ford were "just plain wrong". The official revealed the private conversations only on condition of anonymity.
"I was hoping to hear back from them for follow-up questions". "I'll take care of everything", he reportedly said. "Whatever that means, according to the senators and the Republicans and the Republican majority, I want them to do that", he said.
Flake, an Arizona Republican, has played a key role in Kavanaugh's confirmation process.
McConnell said Democrats are intent simply on stopping Kavanaugh's nomination, no matter what it takes.
When Sen. Patrick Leahy, a Vermont Democrat, asked Ford what she could not forget about the assault, she replied: "Indelible in the hippocampus is the laughter - the uproarious laughter between the two, and their having fun at my expense". Chuck Grassley repeated his request for notes from Ford's therapy sessions, details of her communications with The Washington Post and any recordings of her taking a lie detector test. He has previously sent two letters to the Senate committee indicating he does not recall events described by Ford.
The President said Tuesday night that Kavanaugh's "life is in tatters".
If true, the claim could contradict testimony Ford gave last week, when she told senators she had never given tips or advice to anyone taking a lie-detector test.
Harvard Law School representatives did not immediately return a request for comment from CNN seeking a specific reason why Kavanaugh felt he could not commit to teaching the course.
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Before the crowd Tuesday night in Southaven, Mississippi, Trump imitated Ford during her testimony, mocking her for not knowing the answers to questions such as how she had gotten to the high school party where she says Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her.
Prof Ford has testified that Mr Kavanaugh assaulted her as a teenager. And Trump's oldest son, Donald Trump Jr., told the Daily Mail this week: "I've got boys, and I've got girls".
Chuck Schumer, the Senate Democratic leader from NY, says the Senate should be briefed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation at least 24 hours before an initial procedural vote on Kavanaugh's nomination.
In her poignant testimony before the Senate judicial committee last Thursday, Blasey Ford said she was "100 percent" sure Kavanaugh had attacked and attempted to rape her in the summer of 1982, when they were both high school students attending a party. Smyth and Leland Keyser.
Chuck Grassley, the Republican chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, separately demanded in a letter to Ford's lawyers that they provide a range of materials to determine whether her allegations are credible.
Under pressure from opposition Democrats and a handful of his own Republicans, Trump on Friday ordered a fresh FBI investigation into allegations of Kavanaugh's sexual misconduct during his youth.
"We will not be intimidated by these people", McConnell said. A third claim - from Julia Swetnick, who is represented by attorney Michael Avenatti - accuses Kavanaugh of excessive drinking and inappropriate treatment of women at parties in the early 1980s.
Protesters have also focused on two other senators who are undecided on Kavanaugh - moderate Republicans Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska. Aside from Flake and Collins, all eyes also are on Republican Sen.
Kavanaugh's confirmation would consolidate conservative control of the Supreme Court, with disputes involving abortion rights, immigration, gay rights, voting rights and transgender troops possibly heading to the court soon.
"We can't have this on the court".