GOP will allow Brett Kavanaugh accuser to testify in public on sexual assault allegations: report
Brett Kavanaugh offers testimony at his confirmation hearing. (Screenshot)

Judiciary Committee member Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) on Monday said that Dr. Christine Ford will be able to testify in public.


“There will be a full opportunity for the accuser and the accused to be heard - in public," he said.

Sen. Kennedy had just left the office of Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).

"Senate Judiciary will hold a hearing with both Professor Ford and Kavanaugh on Monday," New York Times congressional correspondent Nicholas Fandos reports.

"This Thursday’s committee vote has been postponed, according to a Republican briefed on the plans," Fandos added.