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White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders elicited a rapid response from reporters on Wednesday when she said that President Donald Trump's rally description of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's allegation against Brett Kavanaugh was Trump "stating the facts".
At a political rally in MS on Tuesday night, Trump mocked Ford's testimony about the alleged assault in Maryland in 1982 when she was 15 and Kavanaugh was 17.
Neither has said how she will vote.
Imitating Ford's testimony, Trump, who was himself accused during the 2016 presidential race of sexual misconduct with numerous women, said: "What neighborhood was it in?"
"Where's the house? I don't know!" "I don't know but I had one beer that's the only thing I remember!" I don't remember. Where is the place?
Speaking at an event hosted by The Atlantic, Trump ally senator Lindsey Graham said that while he "didn't particularly like" the President's remarks about Dr Ford, he slammed Democrats for their treatment of Mr Kavanaugh.
Collins on called Trump's scoffing at Ford "just plain wrong".
"I would tell him, knock it off". "Wholly inappropriate and entirely unacceptable" chimed in Murkowski.
A day after the hearing, Trump had called Ford "a very credible witness" who provided "very compelling" testimony.
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It's not even clear from the report that Kavanaugh was drunk, let alone so drunk as to be in a blackout. There is no indication that charges were filed, and the report did not say whether anyone was arrested.
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Addressing a campaign rally in MS on Tuesday night, Trump cast doubt on Ford's allegation that Kavanaugh, his nominee for the U.S. supreme court, attempted to rape her when the two were teenagers in the early 1980s.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters Tuesday that "I can tell you with certainty" that the Federal Bureau of Investigation report will be finished and the Senate will vote this week, though he didn't specify when.
Kennedy said that if all findings can not be released, he'dsupportan objective summary of the report to be shared to avoid senators leaking "selected versions that advance their position".
"Let's let the people decide whether or not their senator was right in voting "no" against this good man", he said.
Trump's fellow Republicans control the Senate by a 51-49 margin. Also interviewed were two other people Ford said were present but in a different room: Patrick "P.J".
Opposition among Americans to Kavanaugh has increased since last week's hearing, Reuters/Ipsos polling data showed on Wednesday. This background check, requested by a trio of senators who are undecided on Kavanaugh's confirmation, will be different.
"To discuss something this sensitive at a political rally is just not right".
At a White House briefing, Trump's spokeswoman Sarah Sanders defended his remarks in MS and said he was not concerned the comments may have jeopardized the votes of key senators.
The president seemed to suggest she did not know on what floor of the property the alleged attack had occurred, but Prof Ford told senators she remembered being pushed into a bedroom on the upstairs level.
West Virginia Sen. Shelley Moore Capito - like Ford, a graduate of the Holton-Arms School - has said she supports Kavanaugh.
He also lamented the cost of Ford's allegations to Kavanaugh and insinuated that she was part of a conspiracy by the Democrats to discredit him.