Lawyer Michael Avenatti identified his client on Twitter and posted an email to the committee.
Kavanaugh's march toward Senate confirmation has been rocked by allegations of decades-old sexual improprieties from two women.
A spokesman for the Senate Judiciary Committeesaid lawyers for the panel were reviewing the declaration submitted by Swetnick, who said she has worked extensively for the federal government including the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service.
Kavanaugh has denied all allegations against him, including those of Ford and Swetnick.
"It's possible I'll hear that and say, 'hey, I'm changing my mind, ' " Trump said of the anticipated testimony.
Swetnick said Kavanaugh's claim of "innocence" and lack of sexual activity in high school was "absolutely false and a lie". According to his accuser, Christine Ford, the incident happened at a house party in 1982, where Kavanaugh allegedly pushed her into a bedroom, groping her and attempting to remove her clothes, keeping his hand over her mouth to keep her from crying for help, all while a friend of Kavanaugh, Mark Judge, watched, amused.
Attorney Avenatti tweeted a sworn testimony from the third accuser Swetnick.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he wished Senate Republicans had moved Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination through the chamber more quickly, saying he would have done so weeks ago if he were running the process.
In her declaration, Adela Gildo-Mazzon said Ford told her about the alleged assault during a June 2013 meal at a restaurant in Mountain View, California, and contacted Ford's attorneys on September 16 to tell them Ford had confided in her five years ago.
In his declaration, Koegler said he met the Fords while coaching their son's baseball team more than five years ago.
Kavanaugh has denied Ford's claim and that of Deborah Ramirez, who has accused the nominee of exposing himself to her without consent during his time at Yale University.
By the end of the press conference, though, Trump had returned to a defense of Kavanaugh and didn't respond to a question about what kind of signal he was sending to young men by possibly dismissing Kavanaugh's behavior. I am here this morning to answer these allegations and to tell the truth.
The White House had no immediate comment.
In his declaration, Ford's husband said he learned of his wife's experience with sexual assault "around the time we got married" but that she didn't share details until a couple's therapy session in 2012.
Wilkinson said: "They announced that there were notes and that there had been a lie detector test" but that those materials were not turned over "even though they were requested". A hearing is scheduled for Thursday.
As a result, the president claimed he may have trouble attracting people to be Supreme Court justices.
Republicans have been hoping to win confirmation for Kavanaugh by early next week. "Is that because of the many allegations that you've had against you over the years", Acosta asked.
Republicans hold a 51-49 advantage in the Senate and can't afford more than one defection to ensure confirmation without Democratic support.
Trump's "America First" policies and criticism of allies have clashed with the multilateral spirit of the UN General Assembly . President Donald Trump is asserting American sovereignty and rejecting "global governance, control and domination".
Barquin, who was ranked No. 69 in the country by Golfweek, was one of three women's golfers to ever compete in the U.S. A witness also said that Richards allegedly talked about "having an urge to rape and kill a woman", CBS reported.
Hosseinzadeh also said in the clash, the security forces managed to kill two terrorists and arrest the two remaining militants. ISNA said an unnamed spokesman for the Revolutionary Guards blamed Arab nationalists backed by Saudi Arabia for the attack.
But Wojnarowski has cited their prior involvements in the deal that sent Kevin Love to Cleveland for Andrew Wiggins in 2014. Trading for a 29-year-old Butler and paying him $190 million until he's 34 may fall under the category of skipping steps.
But that needle looked broken beyond fix as days without a win grew to months, the months without a win grew to years. Woods' last victory came 1,875 days ago in August 2013 when he captured the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
He runs at players and gets more attention than most from those trying to stop him, but he loses possession too often. The same could not be said of Alexis Sanchez, one of Manchester United's main attacking threats.
There could be an isolated rain shower tonight ahead of an approaching cold front from a low pressure system. Expect to see some patchy fog, and otherwise it will be cloudy with lows in the upper 50s, forecasters said.
But he said there had been occasions when things had not gone smoothly, calling Syria's downing of the Russian plane "tragic". The incident comes a day after the opposition group announced rejecting to cooperate with the Russian-Turkish agreement.
Vintage Federer again dazzles Kyrgios at the Laver Cup
The roster: Roger Federer , David Goffin , Kyle Edmund , Jeremy Chardy , Alexander Zverev , Grigor Dimitrov and Novak Djokovic. Djokovic, victor of the past two grand slam titles, double-faulted on set point to give the South African the advantage.
Judge Declares Bill Cosby a 'Sexually Violent Predator'
Defense lawyers tried to keep the 81-year-old out of prison while he appeals his conviction, saying he's frail and legally blind. Prosecutors asked for five to 10 years behind bars, warning that he could still pose a threat to women.
Rod Rosenstein Has Either Quit or Is About to Be Fired
But multiple other sources said that Rosenstein had been summoned to the White House, where he was expected to be dismissed. Rosenstein challenged the report Friday, saying he feels "there is no basis to invoke the 25th Amendment".
By 2025, Robots Will Handle More Workplace Tasks Than Humans
It warned there's a significant gap between the skills workers now have and those that may be required for future new roles. By 2022 this average is expected to have shifted to 58 percent task hours performed by humans and 42 percent by machines.