President Trump's re-election campaign followed up an FBI report that found no additional evidence of sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh with an email asking supporters to sign a petition demanding senators confirm him to the Supreme Court.

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"Judge Kavanaugh's name has been cleared for the SEVENTH TIME," the campaign wrote in an email sent Thursday evening, referring to six previous FBI investigations into Kavanaugh's background before several women came forward this summer accusing him of sexual misconduct decades ago.

The Trump campaign claimed the "presumption of innocence in America is at stake" if Republicans do not stand together and back the federal judge.

The group said it would send a "flow of NON-STOP PETITIONS" from Trump and Kavanaugh's supporters to the Senate until the nominee is confirmed. It did not state to whom in the Senate it would mail the petition.

"NO MORE GAMES. NO MORE EXCUSES. THE SENATE MUST CONFIRM JUDGE KAVANAUGH TO THE U.S. SENATE NOW," the email read. Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court must be confirmed by the Senate.

The campaign group blamed "radical" Democrats, including Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, Chuck Schumer of New York, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, and Tim Kaine of Virginia, for the holdout and said the move has caused "irreparable damage" to Kavanaugh's wife and the couple's two daughters.

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Earlier Thursday, Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., who had asked for the FBI investigation, said he had "seen no additional corroborating information" for allegations by three women who have accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting or exposing himself to them during high school and college. Kavanaugh has denied the allegations.