Yale law students protest Kavanaugh nomination

St. Thomas law prof, Kavanaugh classmate calls for probe into accusations

Kavanaugh Defender Hadn't Seen 'Hurtful' Yearbook Mention

"I had planned to just talk to him nicely, but once when I saw that he was voting for Kavanaugh, my niceties went out the window", she said.

The school was also thrust into the spotlight in recent weeks when HuffPost and subsequently The Guardian reported that two well-known law professors had told students seeking clerkships with Kavanaugh that he liked female clerks with a "certain look".

It is a reference to Renate Schroeder, then a student at a nearby Catholic girls' school.

President Donald Trump nominated Kavanaugh to fill the Supreme Court's pivotal ninth seat. Jeff Flake announced he would vote to confirm Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the Arizona Republican was confronted with the consequences.

The yearbook seemed to disrespect a woman named "Renate", who in the page Kavanaugh said he was an "alumnius" of. "I don't know what "Renate Alumnus" actually means".

On Wall Street, traders were watching the hearings with one eye while they went about their business, said Ken Polcari, director of the NYSE floor division at O'Neil Securities in NY.

The judge declared that "The truth is I have never sexually assaulted anyone in high school or otherwise".

Brookes told CNN that she and other Yale colleges were "extremely disappointed" at the way Kavanaugh "evaded" his excessive drinking questions. "I never did any of that?'" Cuomo pressed. She should be offended. She was referring to Kavanaugh's testimony Thursday to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

The new deadline for a Kavanaugh vote is October 5.

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But she added: "There are still profound differences between us over press freedom and the rule of law". The most prominent have been released, but five remain in Turkish custody.

But Yale's public affairs office trumpeted Kavanaugh in a July press release as a "terrific judge" who wrote "smart, thoughtful and clear" opinions.

Kavanaugh also asserts during the interview that he was a virgin in and after high school, though it's unclear how that would nullify the claims made by Ford that he attempted to rape her, but didn't.

As to Kavanaugh's testimony, another student said: "He was pretty convincing". He drank heavily. He was a partier. "The reason that I made a decision to speak out was when he gave the Fox News interview and, as I said in the Washington Post, tried to paint himself as a choir boy where all he did was study and play sports and every once in awhile he would have a beer-and that's simply not consistent with the Brett Kavanaugh I knew in college".

"Anita Hill went to this school", Peltz said.

'When he would drink, he would get obnoxious, ' she added. "If you could breathe and walk at the same time, you could hook up with someone". Someone can pass out from drinking too much, and they can pass out during or after a black out, but these phrases are not synonymous.

Kavanaugh avoided answering when asked by Democrats whether he would ask for an FBI investigation into Ford's allegations himself.

The interview is set to air at 7 PM EDT on Monday evening on the Fox News Channel, during "The Story" with Martha MacCallum.

Two tearful women cornered Flake as he got on an elevator Friday, pleading for him to reconsider his support for the appeals court judge who's been accused of sexual assault when he was a teenager.

Now the chief executive of a software company in San Francisco, Roche told the magazine: "Is it believable that she was alone with a wolfy group of guys who thought it was amusing to sexually torment a girl like Debbie?" And even some high-profile conservatives don't appear to be buying Kavanaugh's definition.

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