While leaving a signing ceremony Monday afternoon, President Trump said, "It would be sad indeed" if Kavanaugh isn't confirmed. Link in bio for more.
After a chaotic morning of "was he fired" or "did he resign," Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein lives to die another day. The flurry of news stories began when Rosenstein was seen headed to the White House Monday. Rosenstein appears to be out of the lion's den, until Thursday when he is set to meet with President Trump. Link in bio for more. 📸 @leslies.work
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's accuser has some demands before she testifies — and Republicans are not happy. Christine Blasey Ford's lawyers have reportedly submitted a list of conditions for her testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee, including the hearing be Thursday instead of Monday and that Kavanaugh appear first. So far this week, Sen. Orrin Hatch said "somebody's mixed up" in these allegations, and Sen. Lindsey Graham said "Kavanaugh nomination is still on track." Link in bio for more. 📸 @leslies.work
Trump fired off a series of tweets challenging the credibility of Christine Blasey Ford, a California psychologist who says she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh at a party when they were high school students. It was Trump’s first direct attack on Ford since her accusations were made public. Link in bio for the full story.
A Republican South Carolina congressman decided to make a joke out of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's sexual assault allegations. "Did y'all hear the latest late-breaking news on the Kavanaugh hearing?" Republican Rep. Ralph Norman said during an election debate. Link in bio to find out more. 📸 Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call