Twitter users offer different meanings of "Boofed", "Devil's Triangle" than Brett Kavanaugh

The FBI is expected to produce a report for the White House, which the administration would then give the Senate.

This apparently references his friend Mark Judge, who is alleged to have participated in Kavanaugh's sexual assault of Christine Blasey Ford in 1982. She was referring to Kavanaugh's testimony Thursday to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Mitchell, a registered Republican, stood in for the all-male GOP senators on the committee, who did not question Ford. Ultimately he secured an agreement with Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. "He admired her very much then, and he admires her to this day".

West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin said he supported Flake's call for a further probe "so that our country can have confidence in the outcome of this vote". Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., told NPR. "So, I'm not sure he's the best character witness". "Even though we have #MeToo, we haven't learned how to move forward yet".

Brett Kavanaugh, with his wife Ashley Estes Kavanaugh, during a Fox News interview.

Flake was later asked whether the elevator confrontation swayed him.

"The supplemental FBI background investigation would be limited to current credible allegations against the nominee and must be completed no later than one week from today", Grassley said.

In an earlier part of the interview, she explained that Kavanaugh was lying about partying at Yale and drinking to excess.

"It is my hope that we could work together on a bipartisan basis to diligently pursue an FBI investigation within the next week, not for the objective of delay, but for the goal of investigating further allegations made by Dr. Ford or others".

Heading into Brett Kavanaugh's Senate testimony about sexual assault allegations, which he denied, speculation swirled about a series of cryptic comments on his page in Georgetown Preparatory School's 1983 yearbook.

"Anita Hill went to this school", Peltz said. "That's why I have well unanimous, well-qualified rating from the American Bar Association", Kavanaugh testified.

The hearing about the sexual assault allegations Christine Blasey Ford brought against Kavanaugh prompted a line of questions about Kavanaugh's high school behavior. In a new letter to the Senate panel, he said he would co-operate with any law enforcement agency assigned to investigate "confidentially".

Op-eds were written in Kavanaugh's favour.

Two other key Republicans, Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, said they backed the plan after they and other GOP senators met for an hour in Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office in the Capitol.

The ABA letter, which is unlikely to sway Republicans, said that an appointment to the Supreme Court "is simply too important to rush to a vote. They are just compiling the investigation and reporting on it".

She begged Flake to look her in the eye. Ford is eager to tell her story to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and to testify under oath - and passed a polygraph administered by a retired Federal Bureau of Investigation agent and told her therapist about the incident several years ago.

Sumer Ghazala, a first-year law student, said some students felt they had a special responsibility to speak out because of the school's connection to Kavanaugh.