Avenatti offers Kavanaugh's attorney the opportunity to interview accuser if he can question Kavanaugh under oath
Michael Avenatti -- MSNBC screenshot

Appearing on MSNBC's AM Joy, attorney Michael Avenatti claimed that -- should the FBI decide to not interview his clients who have information about embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh -- he will put them on TV to tell their stories and let the public decide.

In an effort to get the truth out, the combative attorney challenged Kavanaugh attorney Beth Wilkinson with an offer he hopes she will accept.

"I think as my client's story is told here shortly, America is going to learn the details surrounding what happened and exactly what she did at the time. -- there are witnesses that she confided in contemporaneous with what transpired," Avenatti explained. "So we're talking about decades ago, and confided in them about what transpired, and I think that goes to support her credibility."

"Let me say this about Miss Wilkinson and her client, Brett Kavanaugh," he continued. "I have offered that, if Miss Wilkinson would like to cross-examine my client for eight hours under oath in a videotaped deposition, I'm more than happy to make her available, provided that she'll grant me the same opportunity with her client, Brett Kavanaugh."

"In fact, I'll take half the time, Joy," he added. " I'll take four hours with Brett Kavanaugh. Brett Kavanaugh is a liar, he is not credible. In fact, if you look at the Fox News interview, you look at his testimony before the committee, it's absolutely absurd, especially in light of the entries in the yearbook from his high school days."

"We all went to high school, we all know what that looked like, we all or many of us know what the prep school environment looked like in the Washington, D.C., area, as evidenced by a number of these articles," he concluded. "Brett Kavanaugh is lying to the committee, he's lying to the American people, and is not believable. He's lied about a number of things quite honestly that he didn't need to lie about."

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