President Donald Trump condemned protesters who have turned out in droves to oppose the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the supreme court, calling them "elevator screamers" funded by professional interest groups.
One woman's elevator encounter with Arizona Republican Sen.
He also pointed out the professionally made signs protesters are holding, saying they are paid for by leftist billionaire George Soros and others, adding, its not a grassroots movement.
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The two women, who said they are sexual assault survivors, stopped Flake on his way to Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination hearing on September 28.
It was a freaky claim, but a familiar one for many on the right, who have accused Soros of bankrolling other prominent protests.
Hundreds more demonstrated outside the Supreme Court and inside the Senate Hart Office Building on Thursday.
Trump did not provide any evidence to support his claims.
On Thursday, protesters swarmed into Capitol Hill and roamed the Senate hallways to lobby lawmakers who took turns in a secure basement room reviewing a single copy of a new Federal Bureau of Investigation background report on Kavanaugh.
Ana Maria Archila, the woman who approached Flake in the elevator, responds to Trump's tweet. The senators on Friday backed a decision to hold a final vote on Kavanaugh's nomination.
Following Kavanaugh's nomination and his initial hearing with the Senate Judiciary Committee, Christine Blasey Ford came forward with an allegation that Kavanaugh sexually and physically assaulted her while they were both at a party during their high school years more than three decades ago.
On Thursday, several protesters who identified themselves as sexual assault survivors cornered Republican Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah and asked why he was backing Kavanaugh.
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Ford testified last Thursday that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in 1982 when they were high school students in Maryland. How many years ago? "'What neighbourhood was it in?' I don't know". 'Upstairs, downstairs, where was it?' I don't know.
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Hundreds of protesters against Kavanaugh had gathered on Saturday on the grounds of the Capitol and at the Supreme Court. Trump said on Saturday he was "100 percent" certain that Ford named the wrong person when she accused Kavanaugh.
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A federal judge sentenced the star shortly after his brother, Marc Sorrentino , received a two-year sentence on a similar charge. Both Sorrentinos had pleaded guilty in January. "Michael accepts the court's judgment", Sorrentino's lawyer, Henry E.
He was not arrested after being accused of throwing ice at someone "for some unknown reason", according to a police report. When approached, the man said something aggressive, and Kavanaugh escalated the situation by throwing his drink at him.
Trump said, imitating Ford's statement that she was not intoxicated when the incident occurred, according to NBC. The FBI is now investigating sexual assault allegations against the current federal appeals court judge.
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