New allegations against Kavanaugh have come to light since.
"I don't think one man's shoulders should bear decades of the #MeToo movement", Conway said in an interview on CBS News. She added that the second woman, who alleges that Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at Yale, is welcome to testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
This all is so flimsy that it makes Christine Ford's story look airtight by comparison.
Farrow similarly told host George Stephanopoulos that "it is not accurate to say that those who knew him at the time dispute this". The committee will not vote on his nomination until after Thursday's hearing.
Kavanaugh has produced numerous statements of support regarding his behavior towards women both during his youth and soaring career.
The New Yorker said it contacted Ms Ramirez after learning of a possible involvement in an incident with Mr Kavanaugh.
The White House criticized Ford for allegedly dithering.
The president showed no initial sign of wanting to walk away from Kavanaugh and expressed frustration that the confirmation process has not moved more quickly.
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On Monday, Trump decried the allegations.
Scrambling to respond, the White House and Kavanaugh issued swift denials of the report.
The shocking allegations made by Deborah Ramirez against Brett Kavanaugh fell apart in record time, but that hasn't stopped Democrats from seizing on these new allegations to. you guessed it, call for a delay.
Her phrase echoed Hillary Clinton's 1998 depiction of infidelity allegations against her husband, President Bill Clinton, as a "vast right-wing conspiracy". "This is the thing - we called her".
It comes right as Senate Republicans were reaching a compromise for the first woman to testify this week against Kavanaugh.
A woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of exposing himself to her when they attended Yale University in the 1980s called former classmates to back up her claims and told some of them that she couldn't be certain Kavanaugh was the one who did it, The New York Times reported on Sunday. It led to Kavanaugh committing a lewd act that I will not describe, but which I'm sure has set some kind of Google search record by now. Republicans narrowly control the Senate.
Holton-Arms alumna Alexis Goldstein (C) and Sarah Burgess arrive at office of Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) to deliver a letter from more than 1,000 fellow Holton-Arms high school graduates supporting fellow graduate Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and their belief in her accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Capitol Hill in Washington, Sept. 20, 2018. Kavanaugh denies the claim.
The New Yorker has not confirmed with other eyewitnesses that Kavanaugh was present at the party.