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There’s a report circulating that claims President Donald Trump believes Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony before the Senate on Thursday “seems credible.”

Many pundits on Fox News said the same thing.

This could spell bad news for the judge, as Trump has said he would be open to withdrawing Kavanaugh’s nomination.

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Here’s the scoop…

From Newsmax:

President Donald Trump is telling people Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee “seems credible,” a source tells Vanity Fair’s Gabriel Sherman.


“Person close to Trump says Trump is raging at how bad this has been for Republicans so far,” Sherman said. “Trump told people Ford ‘seems credible,’ per source.”

Interestingly, Trump fired off this tweet immediately following the hearing, defending Kavanaugh:

Ford’s opening statement:

Blasey Ford and her team were counting on “witnesses” from 36-years ago to back up her story of sexual assault.

It would appear that that isn’t going to happen, as all four “witnesses” are now denying knowing anything about the altercation between a 15-year-old Ford and 17-year-old Kavanaugh.

From The Maven:

Christine Blasey Ford has named several people who would be witnesses to, or have knowledge of, what she says happened to her. Patrick Smyth denies it. Mark Judge denies it. Brett Kavanaugh denies it. People have claimed these are all men who went to school together, so they must be protecting themselves. What about any female witnesses?

Christine Blasey Ford said there was one. Her name is Leland Keyser. She was Ford’s classmate. She was not an eye witness, but Ford said she had knowledge of the party and assault. I have obtained Keyser’s attorney’s letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Ms. Keyser denies any knowledge of the events Christine Blasey Ford describes. So, to recap, every single person referenced by Ford denies knowing anything except Ford and she can’t tell us when or where the event happened. Even Ford’s own classmate denies having knowledge of the event.

While sitting down with five women to discuss the sexual assault allegations brought against SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the network didn’t get the responses they had hoped for.

CNN just can’t win.

They were recently caught lying three times in 24 hours, their ratings are tanking, and now this.

From Daily Wire:

“A show of hands, how many of you believe Judge Kavanaugh when he says this didn’t happen?” CNN’s Randi Kaye asked.

All five women raised their hands.

“How can we believe the word of a woman from something that happened 36 years ago?” Castillo De La Pena responded. “This guy has an impeccable reputation. Nobody, nobody that has spoken ill will about him. Everyone that speaks about him. This guy’s an altar boy, a scout. Because one woman made an allegation? Sorry, I don’t buy it.”


H/T: Right Scoop

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