On Wednesday, President Donald Trump held a press conference. During the news conference, Trump answered questions about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexual assault allegations.
“The FBI told us they’ve investigated Judge Kavanaugh six times, five times, many times over the years. They know him very well. Here there was nothing to investigate from at least one standpoint. They didn’t know the location. They didn’t know the time. They didn’t know the year,” Trump said.
Trump also that called all three allegations false.
“These are all false to me,” Trump said
Kavanaugh’s third accuser Julie Swetnick is being represented by attorney Michael Avenatti, who Trump called a “real beauty.”
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‘Continuing cover-up’: Top House Democrat catches Lewandowski making statement that differs from Mueller Report
A top House Democrat appears to have caught former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski making a statement that differs with a fact in the Mueller report. Lewandowski has spent several hours stonewalling, obfuscating, and doing his best to disrupt the Judiciary Committee on Tuesday in what is the first official House impeachment inquiry hearing.
"You stated earlier today that President Trump asked you to take dictation 'many times.' Is that correct?" Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) asked Lewandowski.
29 bodies found in plastic bags in Mexico mass grave
Mexican forensics experts have found at least 29 bodies stuffed in 119 plastic bags that were dumped in the bottom of a well outside the western city of Guadalajara, officials said Tuesday.
Experts have been working to establish how many victims are in the mass grave since it was discovered earlier this month in a remote area known as La Primavera, about a 45-minute drive outside Guadalajara, Mexico's second city.
"We have 13 complete corpses and 16 incomplete, for a total of 29 bodies," said Gerardo Solis, chief prosecutor for the state of Jalisco, which has been hit by a wave of violence in recent years driven by drug cartel turf wars.
Justin Trudeau reassures allies over intelligence breach
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday sought to reassure Canada's allies after a senior police intelligence officer was accused of stealing highly classified materials that, if released, could be "potentially devastating."
Cameron Ortis served as the director general of national intelligence coordination for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) before his arrest last Thursday.
The next day he was formally charged with accessing secrets and unauthorized communication of special operational information.
Trudeau, campaigning for re-election, told reporters in St. John's, Newfoundland that Canadian officials had reached out to allies about the security breach.