Flake said Kavanaugh was entitled to the 'presumption of innocence. absent corroborating evidence'. "That is what binds us to the rule of law", said Flake. And if no such bill ever arrives, that will tell her and American voters a lot about what just happened.
But the laughter, and the identity of her attacker, Ford said, remained crystal clear.
Flake did not respond to the woman in the moment.
Trump missed hardly a moment of the proceedings, relying on DVRs to keep up on the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Thursday from his private office on Air Force One as he travelled from NY to Washington, and continued monitoring back at the White House, where Ford's voice echoed from TVs around the building. The panel is expected to hold its vote at 1:30 p.m. Democrats are not being heard. Rosenstein went to the White House Monday expecting to be fired then. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., one of the members who walked out.
However, despite being pressed repeatedly by Democrats to call for an FBI investigation into the claims of Ford and others, Kavanaugh declined to do so, saying instead: "I welcome whatever the committee wants to do".
But under the committee's procedures, the career prosecutor was limited to five minutes at a time, interspersed between Democrats' questions, creating a choppy effect as she tried piecing together the story. "Haven't decided yet", Hawaii Sen. "The committee is going to vote".
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"This has never been about the truth". Think about them. I have two children. But even if the panel deadlocks on whether to recommend the judge for confirmation, the full Senate could start taking procedural votes September 29 on Kavanaugh, setting up a final vote as soon as October 2.
Republicans who had been scheduled to vote as soon as Friday at the committee - and early next week in the full Senate - alternated between their own anger and frustration at the allegations and the process. Sens. Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, both supporters of abortion rights, have remained noncommittal. Manchin's aide tweeted that he was still undecided.
Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander told Roll Call that Republican senators have been told to prepare for procedural votes on Saturday to allow a Monday cloture vote and a Tuesday confirmation vote.
Democrats were incensed in their remarks Friday about the partisan nature of Kavanaugh's pushback, but Shah said that Kavanaugh "was correctly and rightly pointing out how broken this process is".
Late Sept. 27, the magazine of the Jesuit religious order in the United States withdrew its endorsement of Kavanaugh, saying the nomination was no longer in the interests of the country and "should be withdrawn". But their statements do not disprove the allegations, either.
Republican Senator Lindsay Graham lost his temper during his time to question Kavanaugh. Joe Donnelly and Montana Sen. The Kavanaugh vote could be a test.
Regardless of whether Kavanaugh actually assaulted Ford, Pollitt Hill said, the public scrutiny of Ford is likely to discourage some survivors from coming forward.
"You may defeat me in the final vote, but you'll never get me to quit, never", he said.