Dr. Christine Blasey Ford has set conditions for which she would testify to the Senate Judicial committee — after she accused Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assaulting her while the two were in high school.
Former Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman argued in a Thursday op-ed for NBC News that special counsel Robert Mueller’s work and pace as a part of the Russia investigation has been “remarkable” — and that should put President Donald Trump on edge.
While attending Yale University, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh joined both a fraternity that was later banned for chanting “no means yes” in front of the campus women’s center and a secret society with an appalling nickname.
Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s released a statement denying Dr. Christine Blasey Ford sexual assault claims. He also confirmed that he would be at the hearing on Monday, even though Ford said she would not be there.
Leaders of the Christian Right who are anxious to get Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh installed on the court are growing furious with top Republicans for not pushing ahead and voting on President Donald Trump’s nominee.
Christine Ford, the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of trying to rape her when they were teenagers, has told the Senate Judiciary Committee that she will not be able to testify on Monday — but she’s open to testifying at some point.
On Thursday, the Daily Beast published an article digging into the past of Cerissa Riley, 31, the woman arrested alongside Dr. Grant Robicheaux and charged with drugging and sexually assaulting multiple women.