At a restaurant with a friend.
At a crunch Senate hearing on Thursday, California university professor Christine Blasey Ford will detail allegations that Kavanaugh assaulted her at a high school party when they were both teenagers.
The 2012 notes, even in redacted form, are relevant because they are the first time Ford says she described the alleged assault in any detail. White House spokesman Raj Shah is acting as Kavanaugh's representative to the press for his pending nomination by President Donald Trump.
Ford will then leave the committee hearing room, and Kavanaugh will enter once Ford has departed. He went to see several movies and to a Washington Bullets NBA game. "These boys included Mark Judge and Brett Kavanaugh", Swetnick said.
"I'm innocent of this charge", he said. The third person in the room jumped on the bed, the three tumbled to the floor, and Ford escaped.
A vote on confirmation in the full Senate could happen as early as Tuesday, according to senior Senate Republicans. Trump said in a tweet.
Gillibrand and Rep. Carolyn Maloney, both New York Democrats, dressed symbolically in all black in a show of support for Ford, NBC News reported. On Wednesday at the United Nations, he called Kavanaugh "an absolute gem". "So the information that would have shown what she said at the very first time when she revealed these allegations, has not been turned over to the Senate", Wilkinson said.
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Wilkinson insisted that "no one should criticize" women who "don't report sexual assault". Adela Gildo-Mazzon said Ford told her about the alleged assault in June 2013. "In retrospect, I said and did things in high school that make me cringe now", Kavanaugh said.
Reuters was not immediately able to verify her accusations.
Kavanaugh and President Trump, along with other supporters including Sen. Trump instead chose Neil Gorsuch. "I remember her saying that her assailant was now a federal judge".
She said Ford arrived "visibly upset". "Christine told me she had been having a hard day because she was thinking about an assault she experienced when she was much younger".
Judge, a conservative author and journalist who was Kavanaugh's classmate at Georgetown Prep high school, had no immediate comment on Swetnick's statement.
She wrote she witnessed Kavanaugh "engage in abusive and physically aggressive behavior toward girls, including pressing girls against him without their consent, grinding against girls and attempting to remove or shift girls' clothing to expose private body parts". This is sworn hearsay by Ford's husband, her son's baseball coach, her friend, and her neighbor.
Ford's husband, Russell Ford, stated that he became aware around the time the couple Wednesday in 2002 that his wife had "any experience with sexual assault", but she provided no details at the time.