This means that the final vote on the Supreme Court candidate may take place on Saturday, according to the AFP news agency.
Psychology professor Christine Blasey Ford, who, in a hearing in the Senate, told Kavanaugh to postpone her abuse at the age of 17, should not have been contacted by the FBI.
– Not interested in the truth
The lawyers of the defender who accuse Kavanaugh of assault are also dissatisfied with the work of the FBI.
“Those who have laid the guidelines for the FBI’s investigation have not been interested in seeking the truth,” he said in a statement from Ford’s lawyer.
However, the White House determines the extent of the FBI’s background checks is not unusual. It is also not uncommon for the content of such reports to be disclosed to the public.
According to the newspaper Wall Street Journal, the White House has already read the testimonials in the report – without finding anything they believe supports the charges against Kavanaugh.
President Donald Trump has made it clear that he does not believe in the charges, and on Tuesday he drove Ford at a election campaign in Mississippi.
The Republicans who are uncertain whether they can vote for Kavanaugh have made it clear that they disregard Trump’s statements.