She thinks maybe it could have been him, maybe not. Trump's comments about his accusers drew swift reaction from an attorney for Summer Zervos, a former contestant on Trump's reality TV show The Apprentice , who says Trump made unwanted advances toward her, then defamed her by saying she lied about it.
Though Kavanaugh and Ford are the only witnesses slated for questioning, Ford's lawyers have sent the committee sworn declarations from four people who say she talked to them about the alleged assault. "This is not a trial which is Rachel's format and she appears to be a duck out of water". "You said in your letter that you intend to provide a "fair and credible process" that provides Dr.
Judge's lawyer, Barbara Van Gelder, told CNBC , "Mr. Judge vehemently denies the allegations contained in the Swetnick affidavit ". "It shouldn't take three victims to come forward to be a tipping point", Robbin said . "So without any corroboration I don't think she can meet the burden of actually establishing what she claims happened", Cornyn said. These boys included Mark Judge and Brett Kavanaugh .
A special prosecutor, Robert Mueller, is investigating allegations that members of Trump's inner circle colluded with Russian Federation to secure his victory in the 2016 presidential election after U.S. "They would like to see me lose an election because they've never been challenged like this". A senior White House official said in a call with reporters on September 26 that the Chinese regime's interference has reached an "unacceptable level".
He added: " Trump's and Rouhani's speeches at the United Nations reconfirm their governments' opposing views not only of the value of the nuclear deal, but of the utility of global law to settle political disputes". "It is quite odd, unprecedented", that the U.S. is asking members of the Security Council "to not adhere to a resolution from that same Security Council, voted on by the USA, all members voted in favor", Rouhani said, but now "whoever adheres to that resolution will be punished".
Hours before Milne's resignation, the communications minister, Mitch Fifield , indicated that Milne no longer had the support of the government. On Monday, ABC managing director Michelle Guthrie was sacked from her A$900,000 (US$653,000) a year job half way into her five year term supposedly due to her "management style" and lack of engagement with staff.