Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) has called for a one week delay in the confirmation vote for Kavanaugh to allow for an FBI investigation. President Trump has authorized it.
Flake later made it clear that his encounter with two women who forecfull challenged him, motivated him to insist upon it.
USA: Republican senator cornered in lift over Kavanaugh confirmation Republican Senator Jeff Flake was confronted by two women in a lift shortly after he announced he would vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the ... (Image by YouTube, Channel: Ruptly) PermissionDetailsDMCA
He said it was "remarkable" how many people who "saw Dr. [Christine Blasey] Ford [testify] were emboldened to come out and say what had happened to them," Flake told reporters. "I heard from friends, close friends. I had no idea."
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Flake referred to his "interactions with a lot of people -- on the phone, email, text, walking around the Capitol, you name it."
Later, one of the women spoke to Anderson Cooper about it:
Woman who confronted Jeff Flake: I wanted him to be a hero CNN's Anderson Cooper speaks with Ana Maria Archila, one of two women who confronted Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) in an elevator moments before the Senate ... (Image by YouTube, Channel: CNN) PermissionDetailsDMCA
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