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Michael Avenatti reveals he is now representing a third Brett Kavanaugh accuser

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Attorney Michael Avenatti tweeted Sunday that he is now representing a woman who has “credible” information about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his high school pal Mark Judge.

“I represent a woman with credible information regarding Judge Kavanaugh and Mark Judge,” Avenatti tweeted. “We will be demanding the opportunity to present testimony to the committee and will likewise be demanding that Judge and others be subpoenaed to testify. The nomination must be withdrawn.”

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He later revealed the client was not Deborah Ramirez, who came forward to Ronan Farrow in a New Yorker article Sunday. She alleged that Kavanaugh thrust his penis in her face during a college party. She was horrified and humiliated as other students laughed at her and shouted down the hall, “Brett Kavanaugh just put his penis in Debbie’s face!”

According to Ramirez she wanted to save herself for marriage at the time and was embarrassed what fellow students might think of her.

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If Dr. Christine Blasey Ford was the first accuser, Deborah Ramirez is a second that makes Avenatti’s client the third accuser.

Avenatti went on to reveal that he sent an email to Mike Davis, Chief Counsel for Nominations on the Senate Judiciary committee demanding the confirmation process be, among other things, “thorough.”

“My e-mail of moments ago with Mike Davis, Chief Counsel for Nominations for U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary. We demand that this process be thorough, open and fair, which is what the American public deserves. It must not be rushed and evidence/witnesses must not be hidden,” he tweeted with a copy of the message.

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He then brought up the “yearbook accusations,” using terms seen in the book that have to do with allegations involving Kavanaugh’s sexual proclivities.

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“Brett Kavanaugh must also be asked about this entry in his yearbook: ‘FFFFFFFourth of July.’ We believe that this stands for: Find them, French them, Feel them, Finger them, F*ck them, Forget them. As well as the term ‘Devil’s Triangle.’ Perhaps Sen. Grassley can ask him,” Avanatti continued.

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Ex-AG Matt Whitaker ‘pretty much acknowledges abuse of power’ in Fox News interview

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The former acting Attorney General of the United States argued that presidential abuse of power is not a crime during a Tuesday evening appearance on Fox News.

Abuse of power is not a crime,” Matt Whitaker told Fox News personality Laura Ingraham.

Tufts University Professor Daniel Drezner was fascinated by the admission.

"Interesting that Whitaker pretty much acknowledges abuse of power but doesn’t think it’s egregious," Drezner noted.

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‘Abuse of power is not a crime’: Former acting AG Matt Whitaker makes a brazen claim on Fox News

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Former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker told a Fox News audience that it is not a crime for President Donald Trump to abuse the power of his office.

Whitaker made the comments while complaining about "global elitists" during an interview with Laura Ingraham.

"What evidence of a crime do you have?" Whitaker asked, despite Trump, acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney and defense lawyer Rudy Giuliani all admitting Trump sought foreign election interference to help his struggling re-election campaign.

"Abuse of power is not a crime," the nation's former top law enforcement office argued.

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Joe Biden apologizes for ‘partisan lynching’ comments about Bill Clinton’s impeachment

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Former Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday apologized for comments he made saying impeachment could be viewed as a "partisan lynching."

The comments from a 1998 interview were reported after Biden said it was "abhorrent" and "despicable" for President Donald Trump to refer to impeachment as a lynching.

"Even if the President should be impeached, history is going to question whether or not this was just a partisan lynching or whether or not it was something that in fact met the standard, the very high bar, that was set by the founders as to what constituted an impeachable offense," Biden said in 1998.

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