The FBI's investigation into Judge Brett Kavanaugh hasn't revealed any new details that could sink his nomination to the Supreme Court, according to Fox News anchor Sean Hannity.
"We can report sources are telling us tonight that the FBI supplemental report on Judge Kavanaugh is now complete, it is done, and my sources say the Senate is now in possession of copies, and they will be looking at it tomorrow," Hannity said Wednesday during the opening monologue of his eponymous show.
"My sources are also telling me tonight, no new bombshell information in this report," Hannity said. "It just reiterates what we already know from the Senate Judiciary Committee investigation and what they have already found."
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Kavanaugh's confirmation process was delayed for up to a week after Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., told his Senate Judiciary Committee colleagues he could not support the judge without the FBI looking at sexual misconduct allegations dating back to the 1980s. Kavanaugh has denied the accusations leveled against him by three different women, including last week during a hearing before the panel.
Senate Democrats have called for a more exhaustive FBI probe into Kavanaugh, while criticizing GOP members of the committee for not facilitating an agent-led briefing on the bureau's findings.