Senators were to be granted access to review it during the day on Thursday. If all the Democrats oppose Kavanaugh, Trump can not afford to lose the support of more than one Republican for his nominee, with Vice President Mike Pence casting a tiebreaking vote.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, a New York Democrat, blasted the president's mockery of Ford as "reprehensible, beneath the office of the presidency, and beneath common decency from one person to another".
As Senate Republican leaders marched towards a final vote on Kavanaugh's nomination, perhaps over the weekend, the three Republicans who could be key to whether Kavanaugh is confirmed, criticized Trump for his remarks about Ford at a political rally in MS on Tuesday night.
He pledged that the full USA senate would begin voting on Mr Kavanaugh's nomination this week.
If they don't have the votes, the nomination fails.
California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, has said she didn't share Ford's allegations in order to respect Ford's desire to remain anonymous. She said a drunken Kavanaugh pinned her down, tried to remove her clothing and covered her mouth when she screamed.
"Where's the house? I don't know!" 'I don't know.' Upstairs, downstairs, where was it? I don't remember. Where is the place? "Again, it is a blatant falsehood - I'm so tempted to use the L-word, but he's my friend - to say that Democrats caused the delay".
Later Wednesday morning, Collins similarly told reporters that "the president's comments were just plain wrong". Kavanaugh parried a question from Sen.
"So President Trump went through a factual rendition, that I didn't particularly like, and I would tell him to knock it off". "Wholly inappropriate and entirely unacceptable" chimed in Murkowski. Kavanaugh has denied Ford's allegations.
The fast-moving story around embattled Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh continues to unfold.
"President Trump won these states promising to nominate conservative judges who are well-qualified".
Trump limited the investigation to no more than a week.
However, the White House seems to have limited the scope of the investigation, and a report on the FBI's findings is expected to be released before Friday.
Mr Flake said he would ensure it is a "real investigation" by the FBI as Democrats demanded that Mr Trump give them a full readout of his instructions to the agency.
Corker and Sen. Mike Rounds, a Republican from South Dakota., said senators were expecting the document to contain reports that Federal Bureau of Investigation agents compile on their interviews with subjects, perhaps accompanied by a cover letter.
But as lawmakers are at each other's throats over the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation, some fear that things are taking a turn for the worse on Capitol Hill. No Republicans have said they will vote against Kavanaugh.
Opposition among Americans to Kavanaugh has increased since last week's hearing, Reuters/Ipsos polling data showed on Wednesday.
Administrators at the prestigious college emailed students late Monday to say Kavanaugh "indicated that he can no longer commit to teaching his course in January Term 2019, so the course will not be offered". Opposition to Kavanaugh grew 4 percentage points after the hearing, apparently driven by people who previously were undecided.
Amid McConnell's remarks Wednesday night, Trump tweeted that there was "such enthusiasm and energy for Judge Brett Kavanaugh".