Dean of Kavanaugh’s law school: Investigation into allegations needed

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"Was it the terrified psychology professor who blew up her entire life to relive her trauma on a national stage, or was it Judge Animal House, who seemed to be sweatily making up drinking games in front of members of the Senate?" he added.

President Donald Trump nominated Kavanaugh to fill the Supreme Court's pivotal ninth seat. But his yearbook tells a different story. "I don't know what "Renate Alumnus" actually means".

On Wall Street, traders watched the hearing with one eye while they went about their business.

Then Gallagher said: "I was sexually assaulted, and nobody believed me".

Dolphin replied that she never kissed Kavanaugh.

Swisher describes befriending Kavanaugh during her freshman year.

Brookes told CNN that she and other Yale colleges were "extremely disappointed" at the way Kavanaugh "evaded" his excessive drinking questions. "I can't express how disgusted I am with them, then and now". She should be offended. "I can't pinpoint anything to say this is what caused me to come today to say let's postpone". "The editors of this review have no special insight into who is telling the truth".

The Senate Judiciary Committee asked the White House to ask the FBI to conduct the supplemental investigation, which will be "limited to current credible allegations" and must be done by October 5. Following Thursday's testimony by Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, the magazine of the Jesuit religious order in the United States publicly withdrew its endorsement of Kavanaugh. For the fact is, at Yale, and I can speak to no other times, Brett was a frequent drinker, and a heavy drinker. "Kavanaugh listed himself in the class yearbook as treasurer of the '100 Kegs or Bust" club".

The nominee said in a statement released by the White House that he would go along. "If you could breathe and walk at the same time, you could hook up with someone".

"Beach Week" was an annual Maryland prep school trip to DE that often involved heavy drinking, according to the Washington Post.

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In Wasted, Judge refers to a "Bart O'Kavanaugh" who was passed out from drinking too much and threw up in a vehicle.

But Kavanaugh claimed this was not an acronym, but rather a play on a friend with a verbal tic who "wound up" his F's before saying the F-word.

In a Monday night interview with Fox's Martha MacCallum, Kavanaugh claimed he did not have sexual intercourse while he was in high school.

In the past few weeks leading up to his confirmation, Kavanaugh has been accused by multiple women of sexual assault and impropriety. "And they thought it would be really amusing to barge into a room where a guy and a girl had gone off together and embarrass that woman". And even some high-profile conservatives don't appear to be buying Kavanaugh's definition. "Yes." He added that he can not imagine Ramirez making up her story.

Through it all, at the very least, Kavanaugh was a roaring, and often belligerent, drunk. "If I had done that, it would've been the talk of campus". I can nearly guarantee that there's no way that he remembers that night ...

"No, that did not happen", he replied.

The New York Times had reported the entry, along with more than a dozen others on other pages of the all-boys high school yearbook, was part of a boast by football players about Renate at the time. He said she had gone to dances with several of his friends.

Ms Brookes says she moved in the "exact same social circles" as Mr Kavanaugh while at Yale and that the Supreme Court nominees drinking habits were excessive. He categorically denies any wrongdoing.

Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, had opposed involving the Federal Bureau of Investigation but said Friday he would take up Flake's case.