Christine Blasey Ford says she remembers "uproarious laughter" of alleged attackers

Christine Blasey Ford says she remembers

Christine Blasey Ford says she remembers "uproarious laughter" of alleged attackers

The nominee has vehemently denied all of the allegations ahead of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing coming up on Thursday where one of his accusers, Christine Blasey Ford, will also testify to senators. She is said to have talked about the assault during a 2012 couple's therapy session, well before Kavanaugh was a nominee for the nation's highest court. He did not say that Kavanaugh's female accusers were lying.

As the Senate Judiciary Committee began hearing testimony Thursday from Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh about allegations of sexual assault, Chicagoans were tuning in - taking time out of their workday in some cases to tune in to the televised proceedings on Capitol Hill or keeping watch on social media. But he told the senators he will "not be intimidated" into withdrawing even if "you may defeat me in the final vote", also warning Democrats that "what goes around, comes around".

"I really think that it's bad what's going on nowadays and how women are mistreated", Trickovic said. But she said the details have "haunted" her into adulthood.

A third woman, Deborah Ramirez, claims Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at a drunken party at Yale University.

And a new woman came forward yesterday with explosive allegations, saying she witnessed sexually abusive behavior by Mr Kavanaugh when he was a teenager and claiming she was gang-raped at a party he attended in the early 1980s.

The committee has said it is investigating all claims made in the Kavanaugh saga, attempting to "make sure no stone was left unturned". Well, don't you remember when all those women made told similar lies against Donald Trump?

She continued: "I wouldn't characterize him as not friendly - he was just nervous and not really wanting to speak with me".

William Treanor, the dean of Georgetown Law School who served as the moderator, did not directly ask Ginsburg about the Kavanaugh allegations.

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On his message for young men, Mr Trump said: "It's a very risky period in our country, and it's being perpetrated by some very evil people". "If he will not, at the very least, the hearing and vote should be postponed while the FBI investigates all of these allegations".

"I categorically and unequivocally deny the allegation against me by Dr. Ford", Kavanaugh said in the statement.

After committee chairman Chuck Grassley and Sen. He has said, "I've never sexually assaulted anyone in high school or otherwise". "They took money in order to say bad things".

"It's ridiculous. Total twilight zone". He decried the "media circus" around the allegations against Kavanaugh and said the nominee and Ford had been through a awful couple of weeks since Ford leveled her accusation.

"The Republicans could not be nicer, could not be more respectful to the process, certainly could not be more respectful to the woman and I'm OK with that", Trump said, before adding: "I think I might have pushed it forward a lot faster".

She said she saw Mr Kavanaugh behave as a "mean drunk" at the parties.

Ford released sworn statements from people who said she had told them about the assault in later years. In her later statement, she mentions only "four boys at the party", including Kavanaugh and his friend, Mike Judge. It's a job interview of Brett Kavanaugh, ' she said.

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