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A contested Brett Kavanaugh on Monday “said that he was intimidated into retreat”, his nomination to the Supreme court, as he also called allegations that he sexually harassed and raped women decades ago, while in high school and college “smears” in a new letter to the top lawmakers on the Senate judiciary Committee.

“I’m not going to intimidate me, in withdrawal of this process,” Kavanaugh wrote in the letter. To destroy “the coordinated effort, my good name will not drive me out. The vile threats of violence against my family will not drive me out. The last-minute character assassination will not succeed.”

Kavanaugh, who wants to be the witness on the Thursday before the Committee about the allegations and the first Prosecutor, was hit with a fresh, but unsubstantiated allegations.

“There is now a rush to come up with something—anything— that occurs blocked this process, and a vote on my confirmation,” Kavanaugh wrote. “The are compromising, pure and simple. And to degrade our public discourse.”

He said Committee Chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, and ranking member sen Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., he is determined to defend his integrity.

“Women from all phases of my life have come forward to testify to my character,” wrote Kavanaugh. “I am grateful to you. I owe it to them, and to defend my family, my integrity and my name. I look forward to answering questions from the Senate on Thursday.”

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The current, detailed indictment of Debbie Ramirez, who put in an article in the New Yorker alleged Kavanaugh, to her, during a Yale University party.

Ramirez claimed Kavanaugh committed the act while intoxicated, during a drinking game in the academic year 1983-84, when Kavanaugh was a freshman. They also claimed that they accidentally touched Kavanaugh ‘ s penis, when you pushed him away and said the incident left her “embarrassed and ashamed and humiliated.”

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The report noted that the magazine had confirmed that Kavanaugh was at the party in question. An anonymous male classmate said, he continued, it was said that Kavanaugh had to Ramirez during the following days.

Ramirez confessed to the magazine that she is not fully the alleged incident to remember, because they had been drinking at the time. The magazine also reported that Ramirez spent six days “to evaluate carefully their memories, and consultation with your lawyer,” before the full version of your story.

Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the chaos was triggered as Christine Ford accused him of forcing himself on her at a party in the 1980s, before you are able to way to get.

In a letter to Grassley released on Monday, Ford said it was a “difficult” decision to come forward with her statement, but she felt it was her “civic duty.” Ford said she initially wanted to testify to give the charges “in a confidential manner,” but she is now ready to.

“While I was scared, you know, my anxiety is not said to hold me back from testimony and get answers to all your questions,” Ford. “I ask for fair and respectful treatment.”

Michael Avenatti-famous for the appearance of the porn star Stormy Daniels – tweeted Sunday that he will soon show the other allegations against Kavanaugh of another woman.

Kavanaugh has denied all allegations.

Meanwhile, President Trump was behind Kavanaugh on Monday, calling the unsubstantiated allegations of “totally political” and “unfair.”

“I’m with judge Kavanaugh,” Trump said in New York. “For people coming back from the sinking of thirty-six years, and thirty years ago, and never mentioned, all of a sudden it happened … totally political.”

Fox News’ Judson Berger contributed to this report.

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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