The FBI will question four witnesses in the days ahead while examining the sexual misconduct allegations cast against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Among those witnesses will be Mark Judge, a friend and former high school classmate of Kavanaugh's, whom one of the judge's accusers, Christine Blasey Ford, says was in the room when she says Kavanaugh forced himself on her at a 1980s Maryland house party, according to the New York Times.

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Judge will be asked about that allegation as well as those of Julie Swetnick. She claims Kavanaugh and Judge drunkenly mistreated women at parties in the early 1980s, spiked girls' drinks to facilitate gang rape, and alleged that she became the victim of one these "train" rapes while Kavanaugh and Judge were present.

Judge, like Kavanaugh, has denied the accusations.

The other people who will be interviewed are Blasey's high school friend Leland Keyser and P.J. Smyth, both of whom were identified as party guests, and Deborah Ramirez, a woman who accuses Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her at a college party. Kavanaugh denies this allegation as well.

Though agents will ask questions about Swetnick's claims, there are currently no plans to interview her. Furthermore, former classmates of Kavanaugh who have contradicted his claims about drinking and partying when he was younger are not being sought out for questioning.

Lashing out at an NBC News report Saturday that said the White House was limiting the scope of the reopened background check, President Trump tweeted, "I want them to interview whoever they deem appropriate, at their discretion."

The Times reports that the FBI was asked to share its findings with the White House, after which Trump and his team will decide whether the probe needs to be expanded.