Poland’s President, Andrzej Duda, met with President Trump at the White House today. Under Duda’s leadership, the Polish government has faced criticism for its reform of (or hijacking of, depending on who you ask) the Polish judiciary.
The Blue Wall fell, therefore the "blue wave" surely isn’t coming.This is the conclusion many Republican voters have come to in the wake of the 2016 election, and subsequent promises from President Trump that, in fact, a “red wave” may be coming in the opposite direction, with polls yet again underestimating support for candidates on the right.
(CNN)It all happened very quickly.After waiting days to hear from Christine Blasey Ford, the woman alleging that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were both teenagers, Ford's lawyers sent Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) a letter Tuesday night making clear that she wouldn't appear at Monday's hearing unless and until the FBI investigated her claim first.
While speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Senate Judiciary Committee member Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) stated that Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination should be withdrawn.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) said on Tuesday evening that Christine Blasey Ford, the Northern California psychology professor who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault while they were high school students, “should not be bullied” into testifying on Monday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
I have a message for virtue-signaling men who've rushed to embrace #MeToo operatives hurling uncorroborated sexual assault allegations into the chaotic court of public opinion.
Your blanket "Believe Women" bloviations are moral and intellectual abominations that insult every human being of sound mind and soul.
Bob Corker and Jeff Flake have “lightly dialed back” their insistence that the Senate Judiciary Committee had to hear directly from Dr.Christine Blasey Ford before taking a vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
For the second time in almost 30 years, the Senate Judiciary Committee is publicly weighing sexual-misconduct claims made against a Supreme Court nominee. Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley announced on Monday that the committee he chairs will hear testimony from both Brett Kavanaugh, a federal appellate judge in D.C.
The status of a public hearing set for Monday into the allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh remained in doubt after lawyers for the woman accusing the judge of sexual misconduct say they want a thorough FBI investigation into the matter before testifying in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.