After Friday's meeting, Flake met with Democrats behind closed doors before calling for a delay in the full Senate floor vote.
The three swore they had no recollection of the party - providing no support for Ford's accusations laid out to the Senate Judiciary Committee. "I will be in the National Basketball Association before that happens".
Taken aback by Kavanaugh's decision to call them out, and without any actual evidence to discuss, Democrats were reduced to asking Kavanaugh about references to vomiting and flatulence in his high school year book. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) said.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told "Fox News Sunday" that the White House was "not micromanaging the process" regarding the FBI's probe.
"The White House isn't intervening". Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) had already recommended a lawyer to sexual assault accuser Christine Blasey Ford when Kavanaugh met with Feinstein on August 20. You had no intention to protect Dr. Ford.
Ms. Blasey Ford said she kept a close hold on the letter, leaving Republicans to accuse Ms. Feinstein of leaking it.
She also claimed during her testimony that didn't know she could testify in California, privately.
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Excerpts of Sen. Cornyn's floor remarks are below, and video can be found here.
The vile attacks on Graham should come as no surprise.
"We're going to do a wholesale and full-scale investigation of what I think was a despicable process", Graham, of SC, said on ABC's "This Week". He added, "I hope the American people can see through this sham". Chris Coons (R-CT) told CBS's "60 Minutes".
"It's the beginning of a process that will tear this country apart", said Graham of the Kavanaugh hearings. "But if I were unjustly accused that's how I would feel as well". So now we've heard Dr. Ford's story and we've heard Judge Kavanaugh's rebuttal. "God, I hope you never get it", he said.
Blasey, who did not seek the spotlight, was expected to be, no matter what, the "perfect" victim - emotions in check and under control, with ideal memory and the precise words to convey a horrific experience as she was essentially put on trial, cast by many as part of a liberal plot to smear a good man's name. "But it did not leak from us, I assure you that". "I am a victim of sexual assault". Kavanaugh responded, "I've been through hell and then some". "You have to be responsible for your own conduct". And we'd be fine with that - in the absence of a massive partisan push to destroy Kavanaugh by any means necessary.
This comes on the heels of Graham's vow to use his chairmanship to investigate the FBI's handling of Hillary Clinton's emails in years past.