Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley announced Thursday morning that there is "no hint of misconduct" in the FBI's report on the allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
"GOP Senate Judiciary chair: 'No hint of misconduct' in confidential FBI report on Kavanaugh sexual misconduct claims," AP reports.
BREAKING: GOP Senate Judiciary chair: `No hint of misconduct' in confidential FBI report on Kavanaugh sexual misconduct claims .— The Associated Press (@AP) October 4, 2018
President Trump continues to back his nominee for the Supreme Court and it looks like more and more Senators as well. With the vote set for Saturday on Kavanaugh's nomination, it is looking like he will be the next Supreme Court Justice.
The FBI wrapped up its investigation into the uncorroborated claims against Kavanaugh on Wednesday and gave its findings to the White House, which reviewed the report then made it available to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Grassley was given a chance to review the report first at 8 a.m. Thursday morning. The ranking Senate Democrat, Dianne Feinstein, was given access at 9 a.m.
After reviewing the report, the White House expressed confidence that its findings will result in the confirmation of Kavanaugh.