"How did you get there? I know that I don't need to get to that (as a reason to oppose Kavanaugh) because I have already made up my mind". "The interaction with the members was sharp and partisan, and that concerns me", Flake said.
"On many occasions I heard Brett slur his words and saw him staggering from alcohol consumption, not all of which was beer". "I know you're not thinking".
Imitating her, he said: "But I had one beer - that's the only thing I remember".
However Mr Trump said in response to a reporter's question that it "would not be acceptable" if Mr Kavanaugh had lied to Congress during his testimony. "Don't drink.' He was substantially older, and I listened to him and I respected (him)".
"My White House will do whatever the senators want", Trump said.
Polls show Republicans are more likely to be sceptical of the #MeToo movement, which has spurred women to come forward with their stories of sexual assault and harassment and to believe it has gone too far. Bromwich tweeted. "She is a remarkable profile in courage".
Ford initially made her claims in a confidential letter to Feinstein.
Kathryn Mayorga filed a lawsuit last week against the Portuguese athlete, saying Ronaldo coerced her into signing a settlement and nondisclosure agreement about an alleged sexual assault in 2009, reports CNN.
The North Carolina State University professor, who said he had contacted the Federal Bureau of Investigation with his information, indicated in a statement Sunday, September 30, that Kavanaugh was "belligerent and aggressive" when he drank.
As Republicans fight headwinds ahead of the November 6 midterm election, Trump sought to rally his supporters behind GOP Sen.
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"Donnelly's decision to oppose President Trump's highly qualified nominee is a grave mistake, but proves he is more concerned with standing with his liberal Democrat leaders than standing for Hoosiers".
President Donald Trump speaks to the media before departing from the White House en route to speak with electrical workers in Philadelphia, Penn. "@realDonaldTrump is pathetic. Today, he lamented that it's a very scary time for men, and tonight he mocked Christine Blasey Ford in front of thousands of Americans in Mississippi".
At the campaign rally later, the president pretended to be a son asking his mother how to respond to such an accusation.
The Republicans have a slim majority in the Senate and can afford few defections if Kavanaugh is to be confirmed.
In his warning, Mr Trump echoed some of his allies.
The president warned about a unsafe and "damn sad situation" in the country where a man's life can be destroyed over accusations over misconduct and are assumed guilty instead of innocent.
Men of America, be afraid. "But this is no country at all". Another Yale classmate, Jennifer Klaus, said she often socialized with Kavanaugh at Yale and vigorously disputed his portrayal of himself.
President Trump, as well as his family, have raised fears about the possibility of politically motivated false accusations.
McCaskill announced she will be a "no" when the full Senate votes on Kavanaugh's confirmation, the National Review reported.
He also told reporters the Kavanaugh drama has been a "rallying cry" for Republicans as the midterm elections near. A third woman who has accused the judge of sexual misconduct in the 1980s, Julie Swetnick, was not on the initial list of witnesses to be interviewed.