Ford says she thinks Kavanaugh tried to rape her

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All eyes will be on the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday as Kavanaugh testifies along with his earliest public accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.

President Donald Trump selected Judge Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy, who was a "swing" vote on the Supreme Court and often sided with liberal justices on key cases.

Kavanaugh has repeatedly and vehemently denied the allegations.

Ford, in her testimony, is due to make clear she has no uncertainty about the identity of her alleged attacker, referring to Kavanaugh as "the boy who sexually assaulted me". Cory Gardner of Colorado. "Her friend, still traumatized, called my daughter yesterday, September 21, 2018, wondering what to do about it".

The fresh allegations include a claim by a woman that Brett Kavanaugh "assaulted a woman he was dating in 1998 while working for independent counsel Ken Starr", according to the complaint. That alleged incident also occurred while Kavanaugh was intoxicated, the report said.

"We're dealing with an anonymous letter about an anonymous person and an anonymous friend", he said.

"This is ridiculous and from the Twilight Zone", Kavanaugh said in a statement Wednesday. "I have never observed (nor am I aware of) Brett acting in a physically inappropriate or aggressive manner toward anyone".

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While some people are applauding her for showing courage and speaking out her truth, others are sceptical. Janica Sequira in her series of tweets unveiled the actual event and unfold what was happened that day.

"I think this is this is insane town", he added. I have described the events publicly before. Gardner did not respond because the letter contained no names, no address, and no contact info.

Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee want to subpoena Judge for his testimony. She admits that there were time lapses. "They destroyed a man's reputation and they want to do more". The man said he called Whitehouse's office after recognizing Kavanaugh's yearbook photo shown in news coverage of his nomination. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., and denied that he had been in Newport.

"But I was not ideal in those days, just as I am not flawless today".

"That's not possible, I don't know where they found these people", Guerry said.

The Associated Press hasn't been able to corroborate the claims, and continues to investigate. Ford testified first and will be followed by Kavanaugh.

Mr Kavanaugh's ascendance to the high court could help lock in a conservative majority for a generation, shaping dozens of rulings on abortion, regulation, the environment and more. Ford, Ramirez and Swetnick accuse Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct when he was in high school and college.