Fox & Friends denies that the Kavanaugh FBI investigation has been drastically limited by the Trump administration

Fox & Friends denies that the Kavanaugh FBI investigation has been drastically limited by the Trump administration

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From the October 1 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): There was some word yesterday that the White House had said, "OK you're only going to talk to those four people that Dr. Ford had mentioned," and yet we already know that that is not true, because yesterday apparently, the FBI interviewed Deborah Ramirez who was at Yale and has suggested that Mr. Kavanaugh exposed himself to her. 

AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): She's the [Michael] Avenatti client, right?

BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Nope.

DOOCY: This is the second one. That one, Julie Swetnick, is the Avenatti client. She has not been contacted by the FBI, nor has Dr. Ford. But the second accuser, Deb Ramirez has apparently -- she talked to the FBI for a couple of hours. So already it's beyond those four people.

Related:

NBC News: Limits to FBI's Kavanaugh investigation have not changed, despite Trump's comments

The New Yorker: The Confusion Surrounding the F.B.I.’s Renewed Investigation of Brett Kavanaugh

Previously:

Fox contributor: Kavanaugh confirmation is "a battle between good and evil, between the kingdom the of light and the kingdom of darkness"

Tucker Carlson: Brett Kavanaugh is a "folk hero" to the "unfairly maligned"

It was never "he said, she said"

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