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Senators Chris Coons and Jeff Flake described in a “60 Minutes” interview how their bipartisanship led to an FBI investigation into Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.
Coons, the Democrat from Delaware, called his friend and colleague across the aisle, Flake of Arizona, a “hero” for being the Republican who ultimately forced President Donald Trump’s hand in ordering a week-long, supplemental investigation into his Supreme Court nominee.
The article goes on to state the following:
After Coons finished speaking before the Senate Judiciary Committee that afternoon, he and Flake started a discussion that led to the whole committee crammed into a tiny hallway, the anteroom behind the Senate hearing room, which the senators described in the interview.
They eventually huddled into an even smaller phone booth, where Flake and Coons alone went over the details of stipulating a week-long investigation that might quell the nation in a deeply divided time.
“Eventually, we literally had the whole, the whole committee crammed into this tiny, little hallway and my recollection was Jeff, at one point says, ‘OK I want to talk to Chris.’ And we went into literally a phone booth that we can barely fit in, talking to another senator and there’s this whole committee right outside,” Coons said, laughing.
“Looking in,” Flake added, “it was quite a moment.”
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