The New York Times said the Federal Bureau of Investigation has already interviewed four witnesses that the White House and Senate Republicans approved for questioning - Kavanaugh's friends Mark Judge and P.J. Smith; Ford's friend Leland Keyser; and Deborah Ramirez, one of the other women who has also accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.
The FBI is investigating the accusation at the behest of senators who sent Kavanaugh's nomination to the full Senate on Friday.
Kavanaugh's fate is largely dependent on a small number of Republicans who have said they want to see what a limited FBI investigation yields.
"I want them to do a very comprehensive investigation".
"My White House will do whatever the senators want", Trump said.
They include Mark Judge, a high school friend of Kavanaugh's who Ford has said was in the room when a drunken Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her. Judge has denied misconduct allegations. But the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation vote will move forward.
FBI investigators had not reached out to a third woman who said she witnessed Kavanaugh engage in "inappropriate contact of a sexual nature with women in the early 1980s", her attorney, Michael Avenatti, wrote on Twitter early Sunday morning.
When pressed again about the details of the scope of the investigation, Trump said he thinks the FBI "should do what they have to do to get the answers".
"They have been blind in a blind rage ever since they lost the 2016". The email says, "Judge Kavanaugh indicated that he can no longer commit to teaching his course in January Term 2019, so the course will not be offered".
Another Yale classmate of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has challenged the truthfulness of the Supreme Court nominee's Senate testimony, saying Kavanaugh was often "belligerent and aggressive" when he drank.
Flake also said he was concerned about some of Kavanaugh's sharp interactions with Democratic senators on the Judiciary Committee last week. "And that's something that they would highlight in this summary, and then that'll be submitted to the White House and ultimately Congress".
President Trump ordered the FBI to investigate the sexual malfeasance claims against Kavanaugh after Senator Jeff Flake caved to the Democrat's demands because two leftist activist women shrieked at him in an elevator.
Mr Trump has called Mr Kavanaugh a good man who has been treated unfairly.
'The F.B.I. should interview anybody that they want within reason, but you have to say within reason, ' Trump said Monday in the White House Rose Garden.
Her account will provoke fresh questions about whether Mr Kavanaugh told the truth during his confirmation hearings.
During his remarks, McConnell also mocked new reports that Kavanaugh was involved in a bar fight while in college, sarcastically calling it a "bombshell".
Did Trump or his White House counsel try and fail to limit the FBI's inquiry into, among other things, Kavanaugh's drinking?
For his part, Trump projected an open mind as the investigation proceeds, casting himself as just another American awaiting the results of the high-profile probe.
The Senate's Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer of NY, accused Kavanaugh of delivering a "partisan screed" during the judiciary committee hearing last week.
They have seized on his angry performance before senators last week - when he said he was the victim of a "calculated and orchestrated political hit" motivated by Hillary Clinton's loss in the 2016 election - to suggest that he would not be an impartial figure.
Rachel Mitchell, the sex-crimes prosecutor who questioned Dr. Christine Blasey Ford last week, wrote in a memo released late Sunday that there were inconsistencies in Ford's testimony and that - given the information at hand - she would not bring criminal charges against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.