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Feinstein: "The most notable part of this report is what's not in it""All three undecided Republican senators -- that's Sens. Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins and Jeff Flake -- are in the SCIF reviewing the report right now," CNN reported 12 minutes ago at around 11:24 AM EST.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the Ranking Member on the Senate Judiciary Commitee, said at a press availability after viewing Brett Kavanaugh's FBI report that "the most notable part of this report is what's not in it. As we noted by the white house, the FBI did not interview Brett Kavanaugh. Nor did the FBI interview Dr. Blasey Ford."
She added, "It looks to be a product of an incomplete investigation that was limited, perhaps by the White House. I don't know."
"Democrats agreed that the investigation's scope should be limited," Feinstein said. "We did not agree that the White House should tie the FBI's hands."
Collins: "It appears to be a very thorough investigation"
CNN’s Jeremy Herb caught up with Senator Susan Collins, a crucial swing vote, after the senators briefing on the FBI report.
She did not indicate how she would vote on Kavanaugh’s confirmation but said of the FBI report “it appears to be a very thorough investigation.”
She added she would read the report in full later today.
Flake: "We’ve seen no additional corroborating information"
When asked by CNN’s Ted Barrett if he was more inclined to support Judge Kavanaugh after leaving the senators briefing on the FBI report, Senator Flake responded, “we’ve seen no additional corroborating information,” and added he needs to finish reviewing the material.
Flake also said he agrees with Senator Collins’ pronouncement that the investigation was thorough.
If Kavanaugh makes it through this, brace yourselves for a meltdown of epic proportions.
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