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First time, President Trump openly mocked Dr Christine Blasi Ford who has accused supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh of sexually assaulting her in high school, the president who previously described Ford's testimony as credible and compelling, ridiculed her stories missing detail, Ford's lawyer says the attack was vicious and vile Republican Senator Jeff flake who could provide the pivotal vote on Kavanagh's confirmation tells NBC's today show, there's no time and no place for remarks like that discussing something this sensitive at a political rally is just. Just not right. Right. I wish we had done. Another swing Republican Susan Collins calls the president's remarks just plain