Kavanaugh added he has "never sexually assaulted anyone -not in high school, not in college, not ever". Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) pressing Kavanaugh about why he hasn't welcomed an FBI investigation into the three sexual misconduct allegations against the judge.
They spoke to this man first on September 24 and conducted a follow-up interview the next morning, during which the man "described his recollection of their interaction in some detail", according to Time.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, is standing behind Judge Brett Kavanaugh as he faces the Senate Judiciary Committee once again, this time testifying on allegations of sexual assault leveled against him from over 30 years ago.
Testifying less than an hour after one of his accusers, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, concluded her account of a drunken Kavanaugh holding her against her will at a high school party and sexually assaulting her, he began his defiant testimony in an emphatic voice that crackled with anger before giving way to tears. But under the committee's procedures, the career prosecutor was limited to five minutes at a time, interspersed between Democrats' questions, creating a choppy effect as she tried piecing together the story. She repeatedly apologized for not being able top provide pieces of information to the committee - information that often could have been provided by Mark Judge, or any of the other witnesses that Republicans refuse to allow to testify.
When Brandi Geoit makes calls and knocks on doors of prospective voters as part of her campaign for a seat on the Pasco County Commission in Florida, she hears familiar refrains about Kavanaugh.
She also recounted how the alleged attack altered her life, describing anxiety and claustrophobia that prompted her to demand adding a second front door when her home was remodeled.
Republicans have accused Ford and the other women of making unproven allegations and have questioned why they'd not publicly revealed them for decades. "I don't know who this is and this never happened", Kavanaugh said.
Among the television viewers on Thursday was Trump, who has mocked the credibility of Kavanaugh's accusers.
One investigator read the letter to Kavanaugh, stating, "Her friend was dating him, and they left the bar under the influence of alcohol". "To watch someone have to recount something that traumatic, I feel very on edge for her", said Jacobson, 24, of Minneapolis. She looked terrified even before she said she was.
Julie Swetnick, in a photo released by her attorney, Michael Avenatti.
During his time fielding questions, Kavanaugh revealed himself to be a bitter, bullying, temper tantrum-pitching sack of entitlement-truly the flawless Supreme Court nominee to reflect the Trump doctrine.
While Swetnick said she is aware of other witnesses who can attest to the truthfulness of her statements, she has not identified those witnesses.
Ford has alleged that Kavanaugh's friend, Mark Judge, was in the room watching and laughing.