The woman believed to be the “missing” party guest at the high school gathering where Christine Blasey Ford alleges Judge Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her over 35 years ago reportedly has no recollection of the incident, her lawyer said in a statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Saturday.
Leland Keyser, a reported longtime friend of Ford’s, denied knowing Kavanaugh or having any knowledge of attending a party with him, according to CNN.
“Simply put, Ms. Keyser does not know Mr. Kavanaugh and she has no recollection of ever being at a party or gathering where he was present, with, or without, Dr. Ford,” said Howard Walsh, Keyser’s attorney….
Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota has been accused of abuse by two different women, and during the Minnesota attorney general debate Friday, he not only denied both allegations, but also said he doesn’t know what more people could “cook up” regarding new claims.
The debate moderator explained that 40 percent of voters are factoring in the accusations against Ellison for when they hit the polls.
Ellison denied the first allegation, saying that at the time, the accuser was actually harassing him, not vice versa….
President Donald Trump’s Presidential Approval Index may be in the negative numbers, but he still has a double-digit lead on the rating former President Barack Obama had earned on the same day in his presidency.
According to Rasmussen’s daily tracking data, on Friday President Trump’s numbers were as follows:
● 36 percent Strongly Approve of the president
● 43 percent Strongly Disapprove of the president
Trump’s Presidential Approval Index rating, found by subtracting the disapproval rating from the approval rating, is -7.
South Carolina Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy said the information in a batch of Russia investigation documents that President Donald Trump was considering for declassification will prove “embarrassing” for the Department of Justice, FBI and former CIA Director John Brennan.
Gowdy made the remarks in an interview with Fox News on Thursday. The next day, President Donald Trump retracted his order to the Justice Department to declassify and release the documents. But the Republican left open the possibility that the records could be released down the road. (RELATED: Trump Flips The Script On Declassifying FISA Documents)
But Gowdy, the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, provided a preview of what to expect from the documents if they are eventually released…