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The attorney for the second woman who accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct said Thursday that his client would speak with the FBI immediately about her claims, but ruled out partaking in a Senate Judiciary Committee review of her claims.

“The Senate Judiciary Committee is not suited to do this kind of investigation, and she’s not going to cooperate with this kind of political theater,” attorney John Clune said on CNN’s “New Day.”

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Clune, who is representing Deborah Ramirez, disputed that Senate Judiciary Committee investigators are able to conduct a “real sexual assault investigation” to determine what took place.

“If there’s another way, we’d be happy to discuss that with the Senate Judiciary Committee, but the fact that they won’t even have a phone call with us gets in the way from having any kind of meaningful conversation,” he said.

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