Kavanaugh's accuser makes more demands for testimony agreement

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Though CNN was not privy to the receiving end of the phone conversation, one of the women working the phone assured a caller at one point, "She (Collins) still does care what her constituents have to say". "But I don't think you can delay it any longer".

"I was appalled by the president's tweet", she told U.S. media. "So I thought that the president's tweet was completely inappropriate and wrong". She says she can relate to women who say they've been mistreated by men and understands why it might take years to come forward with such allegations.

Ford missed a 10 a.m. deadline this morning to submit her prepared testimony and biography to the Senate Judiciary Committee for a Monday hearing. Ford's lawyers and Democrats on the panel want the FBI to investigate the charges.

The president's previous restraint this week, even as he repeatedly defended Kavanaugh and criticized Democrats, surprised many Republicans determined to salvage the nomination.

The letter to the unnamed woman, dated September 18, asks if she would be willing to participate in a confidential phone call to discuss the allegations made against Kavanaugh the following day.

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley extended the deadline for a response to 10 PM.

He also repeated a question he asked on Fox News Thursday night in Las Vegas: "The radical left lawyers want the Federal Bureau of Investigation to get involved NOW".

"You're raising legitimate questions that are still on our mind", Grassley said, "and so these details are still being worked out".

Dr. Ford has stated that she's willing to testify in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee if required, and while Republicans have cautiously said they want that to happen... they're also pressing to move forward with Kavanaugh's SCOTUS confirmation vote.

"The reason that we know that this allegation is false is because we know Brett Kavanaugh", Fagen said. "We're going to plow right through it, and do our job".

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That silence and Mr Grassley's offer, which did not rule out further compromise, left uncertain whether Ms Ford would appear and tell politicians about her allegation that an inebriated Mr Kavanaugh trapped her on a bed and tried removing her clothes when both were teenagers in the 1980s. Most controversially, Ford's legal team demanded that Ford, the accuser, testify after the accused, Kavanaugh. "Facts don't matter. I go through this with them every single day in DC".

Republican lawmakers are trying to win Senate confirmation for Kavanaugh ahead of the court's start of a new term on October 1 or, if not by then, ahead of the November 6 nationwide congressional elections, to show Republican voters they have made good on campaign promises to place conservative judges like Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court.

"You're all following the current Supreme Court fight, and you will watch it unfold in the course of the next week", McConnell said.

Ford wants Kavanaugh to testify first and then she will tell her story to the committee, a committee staffer said.

Trump also lashed out at Sen.

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Speaking to conservatives Friday at the Family Research Council Values Voter Summit, McConnell bashed the former Obama administration, praised Trump and said the "stunningly successful" Kavanaugh would soon be on the Supreme Court. "If she doesn't show up, that would be unfortunate", Trump added, calling the situation "very unfair" to his nominee.

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