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committee vote, president trump spoke to reporters, and later instructed the fbi to investigate the assault allegations against brett kavanaugh, after republicans agreed to a one-week delay before moving forward with his nomination to the supreme court. mr. president, comment on senator flake wanting a one-week delay. president trump: i will let the senate handle that. they have been doing a good job, very professional. i am hearing a little about it as i have been with the president of chile, and we are talking about important subjects. i am sure it will be good. there seems to be a delay, and i will learn more about it. >> [indiscernible] >president trump: i thought her testimony was compelling. she looks like a fine woman.
a very fine woman. i thought brett's testimony likewise was really something that i have not seen before, it was incredible. it was an incredible moment in the history of our country. certainly, she was a very credible witness. she was very good in many respects. i do not know if this will continue, or we will get about, but again, i am here, so i am not out there watching, because i cannot be. maybe we will go watch together. but i think it will work out very well for the country. i just wanted to work out well for the country. if that happens, i am happy. >> [indiscernible] president trump: not even a little bit. i have no message.
they have to do what they think is right. there is no message whatsoever. they have to become trouble with themselves, and i am sure that is what they are. >> [indiscernible] i am going top: rely on all the people including senator grassley who is doing a good job. that is the decision they will make, and they will make some decisions in, whether to take about or do whatever else they want to do. i will be reliant on what senator grassley and the group decides to do. >> c-span's "washington journal," live every day with news and policy issues that impact you. coming up this morning, author and former senior staffer discusses brett kavanaugh's confirmation process. the weekly standard talks about the political fallout from this