Democrats on Thursday alerted the Federal Bureau of Investigation to decades-old sexual misconduct allegations against President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, according to reports and a person familiar with the matter. It delivered a letter Wednesday to the Senate Ethics Committee that asserts the New Jersey Democrat violated Senate rules against disclosing confidential documents and could face Senate expulsion.
Democrat Sen. Diane Feinstein sent a letter to the feds that reportedly included allegations of sexual misconduct between Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and a woman when they were both in high school.
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In short, Feinstein's announcement could very well be a bad-faith move, or it could be raising a genuine issue that is worth discussing but ultimately does not disqualify Kavanaugh, or it could relate to something very bad. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) to postpone a Committee vote on the Kavanaugh nomination. The Justice Department declined to comment, and Kavanaugh did not immediately respond to a request for comment. This is normal, but could mean Republicans are still working to get those moderates to agree to vote for Kavanaugh. "Not until the eve of his confirmation has Sen".
Feinstein isn't saying who that person is or describing the information in any way.
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Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) has just confirmed she has sent a secret letter believed to be about Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
When asked about one of the more contentious moments of his hearing, when he appeared to avoid a handshake with Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jamie was among the victims killed during a mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last February, Kavanaugh said he thought Guttenberg was a protester and his security detail subsequently intervened. "Feinstein or anyone raised the specter of new "information" about him", White House spokesperson Kerri Kupec said in a statement.
The White House defended Kavanaugh in a statement, calling the latest controversy an "11th hour attempt to delay his confirmation". He said senators have "more than enough information" to consider Kavanaugh's nomination.
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The letter comes as Kavanaugh's nomination is moving forward in the Senate despite an intense fight over documents and questions from Democrats about if he misled the Judiciary Committee. Most likely to influence the moderate Democrats' vote on Kavanaugh is the possible fate of the Affordable Care Act, particularly as a lawsuit challenging its protections for pre-existing conditions winds its way through the courts.