The FBI confidential Kavanaugh report: Who’s allowed to read it and where

All 100 senators will have secure access to the new information on Thursday, but not their staffs. They have set a pecking order for who gets to see it first.

WASHINGTON — The much-awaited FBI’s supplemental background investigation was delivered overnight to Capitol Hill and lawmakers will start reading it on Thursday morning.

It consists of the “302” forms of the FBI interviews, which summarize the contents of the interviews, according to aides and senators. The FBI, which has spent only a few days on the investigation, did not submit a conclusion as to who’s telling the truth in the case.

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