Swetnick's attorney, Michael Avenatti, said Saturday that his client had not been contacted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation but was willing to cooperate with investigators. They instructed him to file a request to be invited to provide testimony, then emailed him a questionnaire and told him to come in Tuesday.
An attorney for Elizabeth Rasor, Judge's college girlfriend who says Kavanaugh's friend Mark Judge once told her that he and other boys took turns having sex with a drunk woman during high school, has "received no substantive response" from the FBI after making Rasor's desire to speak with the FBI clear to both the bureau and the Senate Judiciary Committee. But when it comes to the frequency and severity of his drinking there, some former classmates are raising questions about how truthful Kavanaugh was in his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee and offering to tell FBI investigators what they know.
"As a @YaleLawSch grad & lecturer, I strongly disassociate myself from tonight's praise of Brett Kavanaugh", she tweeted that night. He liked to do beer bongs. I still like beer. "I did not drink beer to the point of blacking out, and I never sexually assaulted anyone".
Ludington told The Post that his recollection differed. "And when I see what's going on it's scary". While saying that youthful drinking should not condemn a person for life, Ludington said he was concerned about Kavanaugh's statements under oath before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
A 21-year-old man accused Kavanaugh of throwing ice on him "for some unknown reason", according to the report obtained by the Times.
The newspaper said Tuesday that it stands by the story published a day earlier, which said Kavanaugh was questioned by police in New Haven, Connecticut, accused of throwing ice at another bar patron.
A few other former Yale classmates, including Charles Ludington and Lynne Brookes, have come forward since Thursday's hearing to contradict Kavanaugh's characterization of his college drinking habits, alleging that Kavanugh became "belligerent and aggressive" when he drank to excess.
Sanders said Trump, who has vigorously defended Kavanaugh but also raised the slight possibility of withdrawing the nomination should damaging information be found, "will listen to the facts".
His statement contradicts another Yale classmate - former National Basketball Association player Chris Dudley - who told the Washington Post he "never, ever saw Brett Kavanaugh black out" from alcohol consumption. In a brief interview, Dudley disputed Ludington's account.
President Trump has tweeted that no matter how much freedom the Federal Bureau of Investigation was given, it would never be enough for Democrats trying to deny Mr Kavanaugh a place on the Supreme Court. "Not one time", Dudley said. "It was a scuffle". It's not known whether Dudley was ever charged with a crime.
Dudley, Oregon's Republican nominee for governor in 2010, has been a vocal Kavanaugh supporter. Kavanaugh, who was not arrested, was attending Yale University. "There was drinking and there was alcohol". Did he get inebriated sometimes? Yes. "I mean, every decade is, but that was extra good for them!"
"I'm sad to say my friendship with Chris is over, he's not telling the truth".