From left, Deborah Ramirez, Kerry E. Berchem, Doug Millet, Karen Yarasavage, Kevin Genda, Brett Kavanaugh and David White pose for a photo at the rehearsal dinner before the wedding of Yarasavage and Genda in 1997. (Reddit)

For some time, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford stood alone in accusing President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee of sexual misconduct. However there was a second accuser, Deborah Ramirez, whose story of a drunk Brett Kavanaugh exposing himself to her while both were students at Yale would come out in The New Yorker.

When asked under oath about Ramirez, Kavanaugh stated he knew nothing about the second accusation until The New Yorker article came out on September 23. But according to texts between two of his friends from Yale—Kerry Berchem and Karen Yarasavage—Kavanaugh and his team reached out to friends who knew both the nominee and Ramirez to try to refute the allegations before the article's publication.

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Brett Kavanaugh and President Donald Trump (Photos by Andrew Harnik-Pool/Getty Images and Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)

In a wide-ranging press conference Monday, one of the claims made by President Donald Trump involved the Thursday and Friday testimony of his Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh testified under oath before the Senate Judiciary Committee as part of his SCOTUS confirmation hearing.

Trump stated Kavanaugh admitted to a serious drinking problem when he was underage and drinking illegally in high school and college.

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Brett Kavanaugh testifies to the Senate Judiciary Committee during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill September 27, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

A Yale classmate of embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's says Kavanaugh lied about his drinking while under oath during his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week. Charles "Chad" Ludington claims he often drank with Kavanaugh when they were in school together in the 1980s.

Ludington's full statement was published in The New York Times. We've outlined some key excerpts below.

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Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh (Photo by Win McNamee and Andrew Harnik-Pool/Getty Images)

Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, maintained he could prove his innocence regarding allegations of sexual assault against him by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford with the calendars he kept as a young man.

Kavanaugh claimed he and his friends never partied during the week in the summer of 1982 since they all worked. However, his calendars showed a different story.

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Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing for SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh. (C-SPAN3/YouTube)

Thursday, many in the United States watched the highly anticipated testimony of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford before the Senate Judiciary Committee during the confirmation hearing for President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee. Dr. Ford alleged Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when she was 15 years old.

But people also wondered if Trump himself watched the proceedings. The President's preference for getting his news and information from television versus the printed word is well documented.

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Senator Lindsey Graham speaks to the press during a break in the Kavanaugh SCOTUS confirmation hearing. (MSNBC/YouTube)

During a break in Thursday's Senate Judiciary Hearing for President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham spoke to reporters. When asked if he still intended to vote to confirm Kavanaugh, Graham stated he did.

A vocal supporter of Kavanaugh, Graham then added a statement about the confirmation process from his perspective. His comments took an understandably partisan view of the sequence of events.

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Brett Kavanaugh and wife Ashley speak to Fox News' Martha MacCallum. (Fox News)

Monday night, President Donald Trump's embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sat down with his wife Ashley and Fox News host Martha MacCallum to try to appeal to the public in an exclusive interview. A major factor in the decision for the Kavanaughs to appear on Fox News together is likely the results of a new Fox News poll.

Support for Kavanaugh's confirmation to the SCOTUS bench dropped since August.

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