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The FBI is racing to meet Friday’s deadline to complete its background investigation into Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh under White House counsel limitations, despite Trump’s Saturday tweet that the FBI can interview “whoever they deem appropriate.” NBC’s Peter Alexander reports on who agents will speak to, including Kavanaugh’s former Yale classmate Chad Ludington.