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Republicans really want you to think Kavanaugh wasn't credibly accused of ...

Republicans' latest bid to make it seem as if Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was not credibly accused of attempted rape is a striking example of how quickly misinformation spreads in the conservative ecosystem. Kavanaugh, who was confirmed to ...

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HuffPost

Senate Judiciary Report Exonerates Kavanaugh Of All Misconduct Accusations

The Republican-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee completely exonerated Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of “numerous allegations” of misconduct, including an accusation of attempted rape, exposure, and instances of heavy drinking in a ...

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Fox News

'No evidence' to back Kavanaugh accusers' claims, Senate panel's report on FBI ...

An investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh by multiple women found that no witnesses could provide evidence to substantiate their claims, a letter to Senate Republicans from the Senate Judiciary ...

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Washington Times

Another Kavanaugh accuser admits to fabricating rape story

“I am Jane Doe from Oceanside CA — Kavanaugh raped me,” Ms. Munro-Leighton wrote in an Oct. 3 email claiming to have been a victim of the judge. Mr. Grassley's investigators tried to reach her for a month but were unsuccessful until this week, when ...

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Axios

2. Grassley refers woman who accused Kavanaugh of rape to DOJ, FBI

A woman who accused Brett Kavanaugh of raping her "several times" has been referred to the Department of Justice and FBI by Senate Judiciary Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley for making "potential...materially false statements." The big picture: The woman, ...

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USA TODAY

Trump tweets indignation after bit player in Kavanaugh saga recants allegations

President Donald Trump, who vowed to focus the midterm election campaign on “caravans and Kavanaugh,” swung back to the Supreme Court issue online and at a rally Saturday by blasting a small player in Senate confirmation hearings who allegedly ...

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Vox

Trump tweets about “vicious” Kavanaugh accuser who lied. It's not one of the ...

President Donald Trump tweeted on Saturday that one of now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's accusers had “just admitted she was lying.” The woman in question is not Christine Blasey Ford or Deborah Ramirez — it's probably not even the “Jane ...

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USA TODAY

A defiant and tearful Brett Kavanaugh says he is innocent: 'You'll never get ...

WASHINGTON – An angry, defiant and openly emotional Brett Kavanaugh, facing the job interview of a lifetime, complained bitterly Thursday that his name and family "have been totally and permanently destroyed" by allegations of sexual assault that ...

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New York Times

Kavanaugh Hearing Live Updates: Christine Blasey Ford Is '100%' Certain ...

Right Now: The Senate Judiciary Committee is in recess for lunch. • Christine Blasey Ford said she was “terrified” but delivered an emotional opening statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee about her accusation that Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh ...

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CNN

6 takeaways from the Brett Kavanaugh-Christine Blasey Ford hearings

(CNN) The eyes of the country are on a small hearing room on Capitol Hill Thursday, where Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has accused him of sexually assaulting her when they were both teenagers, are ...

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Business Insider

LIVE: Christine Blasey Ford says she's '100%' certain Kavanaugh sexually ...

The Senate is narrowly divided and Kavanaugh will need to convince a handful of Republican lawmakers, including Sens. Susan Collis, Lisa Murkowski, and Jeff Flake — all of whom appear undecided — that he is innocent and fit to be confirmed.

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USA TODAY

Christine Ford to senators: I'm '100 percent' sure that Brett Kavanaugh ...

An emotional but definitive Ford told the Senate Judiciary Committee – and millions of television viewers – that she's "100 percent" certain she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh decades ago. With a breaking voice, Ford ...

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New York Times

Brett Kavanaugh, the Accusations and the Fallout: Catch Up on the News

Dr. Blasey, a research psychologist, was the first to come forward publicly, accusing Judge Kavanaugh of pinning her down at a high school party, trying to take off her clothing and covering her mouth to keep her from screaming. (Read our profile of her.).

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Business Insider

JUDGMENT DAY: Kavanaugh is about to face a Senate grilling that will make or ...

President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will face a Senate grilling after Christine Blasey Ford, who accuses Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her in high school, testifies at a live hearing on Thursday. The hearing serves as a ...

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CNN

The case Kavanaugh has to make and his slim margin of error

(CNN) During his first appearance before senators this month, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh evaded questions and declined to preview how he might rule on certain issues, insisting he was merely following "the Ginsburg rule." He won't be able to ...

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USA TODAY

Key figures in the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, Supreme Court nominee

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is expected to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday to address one of two allegations of sexual assault leveled against him. His accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, agreed to appear before the ...

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New York Times

Brett Kavanaugh, Facing New Allegations, Vows He Will Not Withdraw

WASHINGTON — Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, facing mounting allegations of sexual impropriety and growing doubts over his confirmation to the Supreme Court, vowed on Monday to fight the “smears,” saying he will not withdraw his nomination. “These are ...

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USA TODAY

What we know about the sexual misconduct allegations against Brett Kavanaugh

5, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh speaks on the second day of his confirmation hearing in front of the US Senate in Washington DC. Democrats in the US Senate are investigating allegations of sexual misconduct against President Donald Trump's ...

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CNN

Kavanaugh slams 'smears,' says he won't abandon his nomination

Washington (CNN) Brett Kavanaugh launched a bold effort to save his nomination to the US Supreme Court on Monday, lashing out at "smears" and a "grotesque and obvious character assassination" following the emergence of a new allegation of ...

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CNN

Donald Trump says the Kavanaugh hearings are 'totally political.' He's right.

That's in keeping with what appears to be the White House's pushback against Deborah Ramirez, a former Yale University classmate of Kavanaugh, who has alleged that the Supreme Court nominee exposed himself and put his genitals very close to her ...

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CNN

Trump says allegations against Kavanaugh 'totally political'

Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump on Monday dismissed the allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior levied against his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, calling them "totally political." "And for people to come out of the woodwork from ...

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Business Insider

New Kavanaugh accusers could kill his nomination and even sink his current job

President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh had his nomination rocked over the weekend by additional, graphic accusations of sexual misconduct. A New Yorker story on Sunday described an investigation by Senate Democrats into ...

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USA TODAY

What we know about Deborah Ramirez, the second woman to accuse Kavanaugh of ...

A second woman came forward Sunday to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of a decades-old sexual assault, the same day his first accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, committed to testifying about her own allegations before the Senate Judiciary ...

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Business Insider

Why Democrats brought up the Kavanaugh accusations at the last minute when ...

Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein got a letter from professor Christine Blasey Ford accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault in July, but did not mention it until the final stages of Kavanaugh's confirmation in September.

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USA TODAY

Brett Kavanaugh-Christine Blasey Ford saga: Believe the facts, not necessarily ...

We're now hearing the same kinds of things from opponents of Judge Kavanaugh. But a story is true or not based on its facts, not on who the accuser, or the accused, happens to be. To know what happened here, we need facts, not stereotypes.

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ABC News

The Note: Defense of Kavanaugh could backfire on GOP

The week since Christine Blasey Ford went public with her allegation has been marked by missteps, miscalculations, and potentially costly misjudgments by those who want Kavanaugh confirmed. Now, with the list of allegations starting to grow in advance ...

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