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Avenatti releases name, photo of the third Kavanaugh Prosecutor
Julie Swetnick is the third woman to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.
The White house instructed the FBI to question two women who alleged sexual misconduct by the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
But the parameters of the new and limited FBI probe not included, to interview Julie Swetnick, a third Prosecutor, who claimed this week that he was at a party decades ago where she was raped, according to a report on Saturday in the Wall Street Journal.
The focus is not, suggests to the first two allegations that the White house consider the latter the Prosecutor his allegations to be credible, people said to be familiar with the instructions of The journal.
If true, this is outrageous. Why are trump and his cronies are trying in the Senate to prevent the American people learn the truth? Why insist on muzzling women with information submitted under penalty of perjury? Why is Ramirez not my client? https://t.co/TwoAKXDWrH
— Michael Avenatti (@Michael Avenatti) September 29, 2018
“If this is true, this is outrageous,” her attorney, Michael Avenatti tweeted on Saturday afternoon. “Why are trump and his cronies are trying in the Senate to prevent the American people learn the truth? Why insist on muzzling women with information submitted under penalty of perjury? Why is Ramirez not but my customer?”
Avenatti also Stormy Daniels, an adult film star who claims she had a sexual encounter with Donald Trump back in 2006.
“The scope and duration was determined by the Senate,” Raj Shah, a White house spokesman, told Fox News. “The White house is that the FBI agents doing to do what you trained to do.”
According to The magazine, Swetnick has recorded, of the to do a TV interview broadcast on Sunday, the first woman to be nominated accusations against the Supreme court, this to. NBC’s “Morning Joe”, which was broadcast on Thursday, a clip of your interview with John Heilemann of Showtime’s “The Circus”, in which the woman Swetnick called for an investigation into allegations against judge Kavanaugh.
On Friday, Republican Sen. Jeff Flake insisted that the FBI be allowed to investigate up to a week, allegations against Kavanaugh in front of the full Senate weighs in on the confirmation. President Trump then the FBI ordered the implementation of a “complementary investigation” to Kavanaugh the routine background check that would be limited to credible allegations worthy of sexual assaults.
In remarks he made Saturday, before she said a MAGA-rally in West Virginia, Trump, has completed the investigation, expected to be within a week. and close in less than a week. He said the Bureau, which has already begun, had his study “a free Hand”, and expressed confidence in the process and his candidacy.
“I would expect that it is said to be very good for the judge,” Trump. “There has never been someone who was considered, as judge Kavanaugh.”