As news of the fourth and fifth allegations surfaced, CNBC reports that Trump has appeared to back away from his consistently staunch defence of Kavanaugh, indicating that he will wait until Ford testifies before the senate committee. Ford says she eventually escaped. "That's not the type of behavior that anybody at any age should do". She said she managed to flee to the bathroom when Judge jumped on her and Kavanaugh, knocking them off the bed.
In his tweet, Avenatti said he is demanding an immediate FBI investigation into his client's allegations.
Avenatti is not going to be laying out all the facts because it is not their "obligation", he told her. Mr. Kavanaugh's lawyer had the gall to complain Wednesday that Ms. Ford had not yet turned over lie-detector test records and therapist notes that could corroborate her story, as though the scant evidentiary record were her fault.
One major sticking point is the GOP's plans to use a female lawyer hired specifically for this hearing to ask questions on behalf of the Republican senators. It just turned out that way.
"We're not going to vote on confirmation until Tuesday, so there's plenty of time for that interview to take place, and I suspect that the longer this hangs out there, the more accusations will occur", he said. "It's been on my mind ever since the occurrence".
Swetnick is now the third woman to come forward with sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh. Swetnick claimed to have been at "well over 10" parties Kavanaugh attended and saw him "drink excessively at many of these parties and engage in abusive and physically aggressive behavior towards girls".
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Ford has alleged that Kavanaugh's friend, Mark Judge, was in the room watching and laughing.
Julie Swetnick, pictured below, claims that she met Judge and Kavanaugh in "approximately 1980-1981" at house party in the Washington, D.C. area. Kavanaugh vehemently has denied their allegations. He denied the accusations as out of the "Twilight Zone".
Giving her testimony, she said: "I was pushed from behind into a bedroom across from the bathroom, I couldn't see who pushed me, Brett and Mark came into the bedroom and locked the door behind them". Her allegations (which Kavanaugh denies) are so upsetting they're nearly unbelievable, except that they were made in a sworn affidavit that she signed under penalty of perjury.
"My client deserves the right to be placed under oath and testify", he urged, including an email sent to Judiciary Committee chief counsel Mike Davis.
The subject came up again when Trump was considering his first Supreme Court nominee, who ended up being Justice Neil Gorsuch.
"You bet I would have subpoenaed him", said Linda A. Seabrook, general counsel at Futures Without Violence, a nonprofit working to end violence against women.
He added: 'I want to watch.