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Trump’s nominee denying anyone sexually disturbed

US presidential candidate Donald Trump, Brett Kavanaugh, repeatedly denied having sexually disturbed anyone after Sunday’s announcement of a woman who had previously filed a secret letter to a Democrat Senator in a letter sent to a Democrat Senator by having sexually harassed her in high school.

The hearing of Brett Kavanaugh in Senate was completed last week and no suspicion of sexual harassment has yet emerged. But in the middle of the week, a few details of the letter leaked after Dianne Feinstein, a Democratic member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told him that he had handed over information from the chief candidate to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Subsequently, Kavanaugh’s 65-year-old schoolmate jointly stood out to the public in defense of the judge and denied that the letter could have been made at all. Republican Senators dismissed the charges by saying that they were formulated anonymously. Writer Christine Blasey Ford, a 51-year-old California psychologist on Sunday in the interview with The Washington Post, came to the public, saying that he wanted to tell his story after being disclosed without his consent.
She claims that Brett Kavanaugh had been drunk at a party over a decade ago with a boyfriend in a room where she began to snatch, catch, try to pull off her dress and catch her mouth when she tried to shout. “I thought she was still killing me,” said Christine Blasey Ford in an interview to the paper. As he added, he eventually got out of the room when Kavanaugh’s friend, who had just been watching the story, jumped onto the bed. According to The Washington Post, Christine Blasey Ford first talked about what happened in 2012 when he was partaker with her husband. Ford sent a part of the note from a therapist who did not mention Kavanaugh and his boyfriend by name but as students of an elite boy school who later became senior and respected members of the Washington social elite.
The 53-year-old Kavanaugh has already denied the charges before, and this was repeated on Sunday by the White House.
“I categorically and unequivocally deny this claim. I did not do it either in high school or at any other time,” Kavanaugh emphasized.
In Dianne Feinstein’s statement on Sunday, he believed that Ford’s accusations shaded Kavanaugh’s character. He announced that he would not vote for Kavanaugh and at the same time demand the adjournment of the Senate vote and demand that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) be investigated. Chuck Schumer, leader of the Democratic Party faction of the senate, suggested Sunday postponement of the vote.
The Senate Judicial Committee should vote on Thursday whether to support Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment.

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