The attorney for the second woman to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct said Tuesday that her legal team has “great concern” that the FBI is “not conducting … a serious investigation.”

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John Clune, who represents Deborah Ramirez, said in a handful of tweets Tuesday afternoon that the FBI questioned his client for “over two hours” on Sunday.

Clune also said that it “was a detailed and productive interview, and the agents were clearly motivated to investigate the matter in any way they were permitted.”

Ramirez attended Yale University with Kavanaugh, and has accused him of improperly putting his genitals in her face during a party 35 years ago.

Kavanaugh has denied the allegations, which came to light after Christine Blasey Ford — his first accuser — said that he sexual assaulted her at a party when the two were in high school in 1982.

Clune said Ramirez provided the FBI agents “more than 20” witnesses who “may have corroborating information."

But, he added, “we have great concern that the FBI is not conducting — or not being permitted to conduct — a serious investigation.”

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The FBI’s window to finish its investigation is closing rapidly because President Trump ordered that it should be completed by Friday. The New York Times has reported that the FBI is expected to wrap up its probe on Wednesday.

Senators will get the report soon after it is completed but it is not currently due to be released to the public.

The FBI has yet to interview Ford or Kavanaugh.