You'd think there would be little one could say to defend President Donald Trump's mocking of Christine Blasey Ford at his Tuesday night rally in Mississippi. Another Yale classmate, Jennifer Klaus, said she often socialized with Kavanaugh at Yale and vigorously disputed his portrayal of himself. Kavanaugh has denied Ramirez's allegations. 'How did you get there?' I don't remember. "Downstairs? Where was it - I don't know." - though Ford has consistently said that it was an upstairs bedroom.
"I had one beer - that's the only thing I remember", Trump said. 'I don't know.' Where's the house?
When Ford's allegations became public, Collins was one of the first senators to say that she wanted to hear directly from Ford. Trump said, characterizing Ford's testimony about her level of intoxication when she says she was attacked at a small get-together in Montgomery County, Md., in the early 1980s.
He had previously called her a "very credible witness".
But White House counselor Kellyanne Conway brushed off criticism of the President and bolstered the toughened White House line towards Ford. She is remarkable profile in courage. "He is a profile in cowardice", Bromwich wrote on Twitter.
Others interviewed include Mark Judge, who Ford has said was in the bedroom where, she says, a drunken Kavanaugh sexually attacked her at a 1982 high school gathering.
Flake, whose reservations about Kavanaugh led to Trump requesting a supplemental background check on his nominee last week, also condemned the President's comments. This despite the fact that the interview list has grown to include other possible witnesses, CNN has reported based on attorneys for people who have been contacted.
Mr Trump was in MS yesterday looking to use his influence to sway the outcome of a low-profile election that could tip the balance of the Senate. "This is a very hard time".
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"You can be somebody that was ideal your entire life and somebody could accuse you of something. and you're automatically guilty".
"Think of your son".
He also pointed to a recent poll that found that 60 percent of voters in North Dakota support Kavanaugh's confirmation, while only 27 percent oppose.
In his warning, Mr Trump echoed some of his allies.
The President said Tuesday night that Kavanaugh's "life is in tatters". Or young men. Or middle-aged men. The report says 21-year-old Dom Cozzolino told police that Kavanaugh threw ice at him for "some unknown reason".
"And when I see what's going on right now, it's scary", adding that at the moment he fears more for his sons.
She called on the Senate to "have a vote on the man" and "vote him up or down", which Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, says the chamber will do this week as it awaits a Federal Bureau of Investigation report about a probe of allegations against Kavanaugh.
The 100-person Senate is controlled by the Republicans (51-49) but as the midterms are approaching, it may not stay that way for long. Those interviews would require the White House's approval. More: "No friends have come forward to publicly support her claims". He further noted that Ford had never mentioned Kavanaugh or the incident in question, adding that he had no ill-will towards his ex-girlfriend, and only wanted to "be truthful" about what he knew.