Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., said he will vote to confirm Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh following an FBI background check report that he said "found absolutely zero corroboration of the allegations that have been made.”
Corker and fellow Republicans came out in favor of Kavanaugh following a closed-door briefing on the FBI background probe, which included interviews with two woman who leveled sexual misconduct charges against the nominee dating back 35 years.
“I plan to vote for Judge Kavanaugh and believe he will be confirmed very soon," Corker said.
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Democrats say the FBI probe was too narrow and ignored people who said they had information on Kavanaugh's behavior and drinking during college.
Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, agreed with Corker that the report showed nothing new, and that there's no reason not to confirm him.
"The new information in the supplemental FBI report does not corroborate the allegations made against Judge Kavanaugh," he said. "I look forward to voting for his confirmation imminently."