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Christine Blasey Ford s-legal Department, the Senate judiciary to agree the Committee, certain conditions has been asked before, the for a possible interview about your accusation that the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has been sexually abused, decades ago, two sources told Fox News on Thursday evening.

Under the terms and conditions: Only members of the Committee-no lawyers can question you; Kavanaugh may not should be in the space in time; and Kavanaugh in question, before he has the opportunity to hear Ford’s testimony.

The requirements, which seemed to be negotiable, capped whirlwind day of back-and-forth instructions. Ford’s lawyers told the Senate Judiciary Committee that it was open, and you will testify next week, apparently they save your bid for the FBI for the first time you launch a new inquiry into their allegations.

But the lawyers said it was “possible” for Ford witnesses at a hearing scheduled for Monday by Senate Republicans, without explaining why, and they confirmed that they had a “strong preference” for an FBI probe before.

According to an E-Mail from her lawyer, Debra Katz to the Committee, Ford would appear to be, as long as senators “conditions are fair and ensure your safety.”

It was not immediately clear whether the Senate, Ford would agree to the Republicans, the latest requests, but they have allegedly indicated that they considered them. Judiciary Committee Republicans, Ford offered the opportunity to testify in private and have indicated they are willing to fly from California “or else where” , the question to you there, if you find that you are more comfortable.

Speaking of Fox News ” Sean Hannity on Thursday evening ahead of a rally in Nevada, Trump called Kavanaugh “an outstanding personality” and said, “I think you can delay more.”

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Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins, a moderate as a potential key swing vote in the Kavanaugh confirmation, had previously suggested that the attorneys for both sides first of all, the question of Kavanaugh and Ford. This agreement, Collins proposed, would avoid a manifestly political atmosphere, in which Ford was questioned by the Republicans on the judiciary Committee — a completely male quota.

For his part, Kavanaugh, in a letter to the justice Committee on Thursday indicated that he would be willing and ready to witness, on Monday. “I’m going to also want to continue to a hearing as soon as possible, so that I he wrote my name”,.

“Since the moment I heard it for the first time, this statement, I have categorically and unequivocally rejected. I am still obliged to defend my integrity.”

Kavanaugh’s letter contained no prerequisites for his testimony. Fox News has learned that Kavanaugh, under oath, answered questions from the judiciary Committee earlier this week and denied the allegations.

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Staff contacted Mark judges and received a Declaration, under penalty of the crime. Employees contacted third person, the described supposed to be the party of Dr. Ford and to obtain a Declaration, under penalty of the crime. Staff contacted the fourth person allegedly at the party.

— Senate judiciary, (@senjudiciary) September 20, 2018

In a series of tweets, which were found earlier Thursday, Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee received statements under the threat of crime, two other people at the house party where the alleged assault took place, including Kavanaugh friend Mark judges and the other Person.

Committee members also wrote that they had achieved a “fourth person allegedly at the party,” as well as “a friend from school, who claimed on social media this week had not heard about Dr. Ford’s allegations” — but.

That was an apparent reference to a widespread online account from Christina Miranda of King, claiming that you’ve heard about the alleged attack at the time. King deleted, your online contribution to questions raised about apparent inconsistencies in their statements.

“[Ford’s] lawyers say, it has to wrote an investigation, which is exactly what has done the Committee, for the whole week,” the GOP members. “And we would hear to love from Dr. Ford. Democratic staff is invited, to the full, every step of the way.”

On Thursday, Ford’s lawyers allegedly demanded to testify to the judiciary Committee subpoena judges. Earlier this week, the judges Committee Republicans said he had “no recollection” of the alleged incident and said he wanted to testify.

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Asked whether Republicans had planned to call the judge to testify, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., told reporters, “No reason. … He has already said what he has to say.”

It would be very unusual to dictate to a witness before a Senate Committee, who receives a subpoena, as a prerequisite, in order to give testimony.

In the meantime, a former classmate of Kavanaugh said that he does not have a “memory” of any incident at the house party of Ford, say, he was one of the people that Ford had claimed to be there.

“I remain committed to the defense of my integrity.”

– Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Senate Republicans have been harshly critical of Democratic sen Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., for the receipt of a letter from Ford to your accusations, outlined in July, but otherwise not to disclose, anonymously, on Federal officials or other members of the Committee until last week.

Ford claimed in the letter that Kavanaugh had attacked her sexually in her more than 35 years, although they have since indicated that they has taken place be not sure in which house the robbery, or why there was a meeting there.

“I can’t emphasize enough how disappointed I am,” Senate judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, wrote Wednesday, charging that Feinstein “chose to sit to the allegations until a politically opportune moment.”

Grassley asked again, Feinstein sent in turn over an unredacted version of the letter Ford Feinstein in July, and expressed the despair that he had not yet received. The only copy of Grassley was also provided in the supplementary materials provided by the FBI to review after Kavanaugh’s background, he wrote Feinstein.

He said the document was necessary, he worked for the “preparation for Monday’s hearings” — procedure appeared in doubt on Thursday evening.

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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