>> The FBI wasting little time in starting up its investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against US Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.>> They have to do what they think is right.>> By Saturday, agents had reached out to Deborah Ramirez. According to her attorney, Ramirez is the second woman to accuse Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.
She says Kavanaugh exposed his penis to her during a drunken party at a Yale University dorm when they were both undergraduates there. President Donald Trump bowed to pressure from his on party, Friday, and was forced to order the FBI probe after a stunning turn of events involving Arizona Senator, Jeff Flake.
Reuters Political Correspondent, Andy Sullivan.>> Flake has handed his fellow republicans a major setback as they try to get Kavanaugh through the Senate as quickly as possible. He's worked at a deal with Democrats that would give the FBI a week to look into accusations leveled by Psychology Professor Christine Blasey Ford, and two other women who allege sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh.
>> All women that they don't matter.>> The deal brokered after a dramatic encounter between Flake and protestors, who cornered him in an elevator.>> Look at me and tell me that it doesn't matter what happened to me. That you let people like that go into the highest court in the land.
>> Emotions clearly running high after Blasey Ford testified Kavanaugh tried to rape her at a party in 1982, when the two were still in high school.>> What degree of certainty do you believe Brett Kavanaugh assaulted you?>> 100%.>> Kavanaugh denies both Ford's and Ramirez's allegations.>> I know that any kind of investigation, Senate, FBI, Montgomery County Police, whatever, will clear me.
>> A high school friend of Kavanaugh, Mike Judge says he will cooperate with the probe. Michael Avenatti the attorney for a third Kavanaugh accuser, Julie Swetnick sending an email to Reuters that his client has not been contacted by investigators.>> Sexual assault