Kellyanne Conway: Christine Blasey Ford "absolutely was wronged" but not by Kavanaugh

Kellyanne Conway: Christine Blasey Ford

Kellyanne Conway: Christine Blasey Ford "absolutely was wronged" but not by Kavanaugh

The president of Georgetown Prep, the Rev. James R. Van Dyke, has said the controversy over Ford's accusations has compelled the school to "evaluate our school culture" and redouble efforts to help students develop a healthy understanding of masculinity.

The development came hours after Kavanaugh testified during an emotional Judiciary panel hearing, after accuser Christine Blasey Ford delivered emotional testimony accusing him of a decades-old sexual assault.

Wallace added: "She obviously was traumatized by an event". The American Bar Association sent a letter to committee chairman Chuck Grassley Thursday night arguing that the vote should be halted until the FBI can complete its investigation.

Kavanaugh, finding himself more cornered, chose to defend himself and insisted in an interview with Fox News that he was a virgin throughout in his high school days and beyond and that he had never sexually assaulted anybody.

"I believed he was going to rape me", Ford told Senators on Thursday.

The decision to schedule the afternoon vote passed 11-8 with all Republican members of the committee in favor and Democratic Sen. Yesterday, we heard compelling testimony from Dr. Ford, as well as a persuasive response from Judge Kavanaugh.

In another statement, Patrick J. Smyth, identified by Ford as being among those downstairs at the party, says "I have no knowledge of the party in question; nor do I have any knowledge of the allegations of improper conduct she has leveled against Brett Kavanaugh'".

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The first vote of Brett Kavanaugh comes Friday morning. He accused Democrats of an "unethical sham" and warning Republicans that if they vote not to confirm Kavanaugh, they would legitimize "the most despicable thing I've ever seen in my time in politics". In Kavanaugh's testimony, he also said he was "100%" sure he did not sexual assault anyone. She said she found Kavanaugh more convincing than she expected, but said confirming him would be a "huge mistake" because "no one will trust the Supreme Court".

Manchin is up for re-election this fall in a state Donald Trump won overwhelmingly and supported Trump's last Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.

Dr Ford has claimed Mr Kavanaugh was drunk when the alleged incident happened, which meant there were a number of questions about his drinking habits.

On his way to the committee vote on Kavanaugh's nomination, Flake was confronted by a woman who said she was the victim of sexual assault.

He suggested a rejection of Kavanaugh's nomination based on these allegations would set a bad precedent as well.

Hogan's opponent in the November election, Democrat Ben Jealous, went further, saying Kavanaugh should not be confirmed.

But many felt the proceeding took a turn once Kavanaugh appeared.

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