Senate Judiciary Committee, President Trump, Blasi Ford discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

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What is troubling is the fact that he seems to have denied that when he was young and stupid, he was young and stupid, or at least that he was young and drunk. He basically denied the fact that there was any possibility that he ever blacked out that he had any sort of frequent habit of drinking to excess. And again, friends of his Republicans have come out in the media and have said, that's not true. I drink with him frequently. I do not believe that his memories of those years are in any way accurate. So I think that you know, calls into question his credibility on a number of issues. Trick. I wanna get into the question of the way in which this nomination fight, and there's not always, but often fight over such nominations the way which fights been waged and the tenor of it during a rally in south Mississippi on Tuesday, President Trump, mocked, Christine, Blasi Ford. That's again the Stanford researcher who accused of. Judge Cavin of having sexually assaulted her when they were both in high school a, here's what Trump had to say about Ford's testimony before the Senate Judiciary committee. How did you get home? I don't remember. How'd you get there? Remember, where is the place? I don't remember how many years ago was it? I don't know. I don't know. What neighborhood was that? I don't know where's the house. Upstairs downstairs where was, but I had one beer. That's the only thing I remem- check Beatty judge Cavanaugh in making his own defense, not only peered before the committee, but also sat for an interview with Fox News. And then this morning wrote an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal. You know, it's notable that both the journal and Fox News.

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