The Democratic senators will have free reign to ask questions. Trump wrote in a since-deleted tweet, in which he misspelled the word "accusations", later sending the same tweet with the correct spelling. It's ridiculous. Total twilight zone.
Some complained about how Grassley interrupted Christine Blasey Ford, who accused the judge of sexual assault, and other women like Sen.
"She knew Brett. She knew who she was dealing with", Guerry said.
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She also said that, "Religious practices can't exclusively be tested on the basis of the right to equality". The Travancore Devaswom Board welcomed the verdict and said it would not file a review petition.
"I want to watch, I want to see, "Mr Trump said at a news conference in NY on Wednesday, adding that he was "open to changing my mind".
Deborah Ramirez claimed that Kavanaugh exposed himself to her in the 1980s andJulie Swetnick says that Kavanaugh was present at parties where teenage girls were plied with drugs and alcohol so that they could be "gang raped" at high school house parties.
Kavanaugh had none of it, interrupting Feinstein mid-questioning to call Swetnick's allegations "a joke" and "a farce".
Mr Kavanaugh, a federal appeals court judge who has always been eyed for the Supreme Court, has repeatedly denied all the allegations, saying he had never heard of the latest accuser and calling her accusations "ridiculous and from the Twilight Zone". Who wouldn't be scared to get up and have to talk about these incredibly private things in such an incredibly public way to strangers who have already, many of whom have already said her testimony doesn't really matter to them. The committee's all-male Republican roster will bring in Rachel Mitchell, a sex crime prosecutor from Arizona, to question Ford for them.
Asked about reports in which two other men have claimed they, not Kavanaugh, attacked Ford, Guerry said, "It's not possible".
"I am here today not because I want to be", Ford said. "I don't think women should be treated that way".