'This is a very scary time for young men in America'

'This is a very scary time for young men in America'

'This is a very scary time for young men in America'

Ford claims she can not remember how she got to or from the party where the assault allegedly happened.

"You can be somebody that was flawless your entire life and somebody could accuse you of something. and you're automatically guilty".

'I think he is a wonderful human being, ' he said, once again making it very clear where he stands.

The president said: "It's a very scary time for young men in America when you can be guilty of something that you may not be guilty of".

As you probably know, Kavanaugh is now accused by three women of sexual misconduct! The poll was conducted September 26-27, one week after McCaskill made the decision to vote against Kavanaugh's nomination. Trump has accused Democrats of unfairly trying to derail Kavanaugh's nomination.

The Republicans have a slim majority in the Senate and can afford few defections if Kavanaugh is to be confirmed.

"Hm, I guess the president is really feeling the pressure tonight because what he says about Professor Ford is just not true, okay?"

The commander in chief praised his Supreme Court pick, calling Kavanaugh "one of accomplished most legal minds of our time a juris with a sterling record of public service". "You could be somebody that was ideal your entire life and somebody could accuse you of something".

Trump said that Avenatti, who also represents adult film star Stormy Daniels in her litigation against the president, is representing another accuser whose story he said was hurt by an NBC interview she held.

Mitchell cited Ford's inability to pinpoint when the alleged assault took place, her struggle to clearly identify Kavanaugh as her assailant by name, lack of key details like how she got to the party or where the party took place and inconsistencies in her account of the encounter as areas of concern in her allegations.

The audience laughed as Trump ran through a list of what he described as holes in Christine Blasey Ford's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

"What neighborhood was it in?" 'I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. Upstairs, downstairs, where was it? "'I don't remember, '" Trump said, mocking Ford's voice. The report said Kavanaugh, then a student at Yale University, threw ice at a man during an altercation at a New Haven bar.

The rising frustration came as Mr Kavanaugh's confirmation process played out before the country, with him and Ms Ford appearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week to discuss her accusation. They contend Kavanaugh may have lied under oath about his past while testifying last week to the Senate Judiciary committee, and that the Federal Bureau of Investigation should be allowed to look into the issue.

"I don't doubt her sincerity for a moment", Hawley, the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Missouri, told reporters in a conference call Monday morning. "We simply can't", Flake, who is retiring as a senator in January, told an event in Washington hosted by The Atlantic magazine.

His confirmation continues to hang in the balance as the FBI investigates the allegation, which Mr Kavanaugh has forcefully denied.

What will happen to the Federal Bureau of Investigation report? They'd drink beer and they'd go insane and, you know, they were in high school.

Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) denied that in a Senate floor speech Tuesday.

Trump's electoral strategy has long revolved around the argument that men "are somehow victims or they're losing out to other people or they're unfairly persecuted in an age of political correctness", said Julian Zelizer, a political historian at Princeton University. Judge has said he "categorically" denies the allegations. Ford's lawyers said on Tuesday she had offered her full cooperation with the FBI in its investigation but had received no reply.

As the fresh review unfolded, the prosecutor who was brought in by Republicans to handle questioning at last week's hearing outlined in a new memo why she did not believe criminal charges would be brought against Kavanaugh if it were a criminal case rather than a Supreme Court confirmation process.

Ford initially made her claims in a confidential letter to Feinstein.

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