According to an on-air report by CNN, the FBI report on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is at least 1,000 pages long.
Phil Mattingly, CNN’s congressional correspondent, said on Thursday that the FBI’s report was incredibly lengthy and that they spent a significant amount of time interviewing Kavanaugh’s high school friend Mark Judge.
“As a couple of people have noted, the report is, we’re told, more than 1,000 pages long,” Mattingly reported. “One of the key issues for Senators Flake and Collins has been an interview with Mark Judge.”
“That is one of the primary reasons this FBI investigation was launched in the first place,” he explained. “We are told that interview occurred and that it was three hours long.”
Several Senate Democrats are claiming that the investigation was not comprehensive, including Hawaii Sen. Masie Hirono, who called it a “farce.”
“We know of so many people, which I think you reported yourself, that a lot of people would like to have been interviewed by the FBI but have not been contacted,” Hirono told MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow. “Even with a short time frame, I was under the expectation, I certainly had the expectation that the FBI would provide the resources necessary to do a complete job, so that it’s not some kind of a farce investigation.”
On Monday, President Donald Trump said he wanted the FBI to be able to interview whoever it wanted for the investigation. (RELATED: Trump Will Let The FBI Interview Whoever It Wants)