Trump Attacks Kavanaugh Accuser By Name Amid Negotiations For Hearing

President Trump says Judge Brett Kavanaugh, his pick for the Supreme Court, is "under assault by radical left wing politicians."

Evan Vucci/AP

Updated at 4:30 p.m.

President Trump has ended what had been a notably restrained response to the accusation by Christine Blasey Ford that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than 30 years ago.

In a series of tweets Friday, Trump cast doubt on Ford's charge, mentioning her by name for the first time: "I have no doubt that, if the attack on Dr. Ford was as bad as she says, charges would have been immediately filed with local Law Enforcement Authorities by either her or her loving parents. I ask that she bring those filings forward so that we can learn date, time, and place!"

In fact, according to Department of Justice statistics, as of 2016 only 23 percent of rapes or sexual assaults were reported to the police.

Speaking to All Things Considered host Mary Louise Kelly, Kirsten Leimroth, a close friend of Ford's, said:

"I know a lot of people that things like this have happened to and they don't talk about it. You're embarrassed and ashamed and you don't think people will believe you. So I don't think someone will believe you ... I don't think it's unusual at all that she didn't tell anyone back them. She did ... tell a therapist several years ago, and I know that was one of the things this summer, she was waiting to get a hold of them to see if they had written it down, because she wanted something to back up that she wasn't just making up the story right now. And so I know she was glad that the therapist did have notes on that."


In another tweet, Trump said that "radical left lawyers want the FBI to get involved NOW. Why didn't someone call the FBI 36 years ago?"

Trump's tweets follow an interview he gave to Fox's Sean Hannity on Thursday night in Las Vegas, where he appeared at a rally, in which the president first questioned why the FBI hadn't been called at the time of the alleged assault (which would likely have been handled by local law enforcement).

"You say, why didn't somebody call the FBI 36 years ago?," Trump asked. "I mean, you could also say when did this all happen, what is going on?

"To take a man like this and besmirch — now, with that being said, let her have her say and let's see how it all works out. But I don't think you can delay it any longer."

In an appearance in Portland on Friday, Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, said she was appalled by Trump's tweet.

"First of all, we know that allegations of sexual assault – I'm not saying that's what happened in this case – but we know allegations of sexual assault are one of the most unreported crimes that exist. So I thought that the president's tweet was completely inappropriate and wrong."

The Senate Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing for Monday and had invited Kavanaugh and Ford to testify. In a letter to the committee, Ford's lawyers said that she would be open to appearing before the panel, but that an appearance Monday "was not possible." Ford's lawyers and Democrats on the panel want the FBI to investigate the charges.

Ford does not want Kavanaugh in the room when she testifies and her team does not want an outside questioner on the Republican side to be brought in, a source in Ford's camp tells NPR's Nina Totenberg.

There are no Republican women on the Senate Judiciary Committee, and the idea of an outside questioner being brought in has been floated publicly. For example, on Hugh Hewitt's radio show earlier this week, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley was asked whether he is considering bringing in someone like ex-GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte.

"You're raising legitimate questions that are still on our mind," Grassley said, "and so these details are still being worked out."

Senate Judiciary Committee staff continue to negotiate with Ford's attorneys but say two of her requests discussed in a conference call with committee staff from both parties on Thursday — to have Kavanaugh testify first and for the committee to subpoena other witnesses like Mark Judge — are "nonstarters," according to a senior Senate Republican source familiar with the discussions.

Asking Kavanaugh to go first is "not doable," according to the source, noting he would need to respond to any new accusation that comes up at the hearing.

The source notes that it is not standard procedure for another witness to dictate who else should testify and "that's not precedent we are going to follow."

The committee is expected to announce next steps later Friday. Ford has demanded that the hearing be scheduled for Thursday, which the source said is still among the things under negotiation.

Ford says that Kavanaugh groped her and tried to forcibly remove her clothes during a house party in Bethesda, Md., in the early 1980s. Kavanaugh has denied the accusation.

In another tweet Friday morning, Trump called Kavanaugh "a fine man," who he said is under assault "by radical left wing politicians who don't want to know the answers, they just want to destroy and delay." Trump continued, "I go through this with them ever single day in D.C."

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., speaking to conservative activists at the Value Voters Summit in Washington on Friday morning, expressed confidence Kavanaugh would be confirmed.

"You've watched the fight. You've watched the tactics. Here's what I want to tell you: In the very near future, Judge Kavanaugh will be on the United States Supreme Court."

Trump also lashed out at Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., in his fourth tweet on the Kavanaugh nomination Friday, renewing his accusation that Feinstein and and Democrats held a letter from Ford in which she first raised the accusation against Kavanaugh "only to release it with a bang after the hearings were OVER," which Trump asserted was "done very purposefully to Obstruct & Resist & Delay." Trump continued, "let her testify, or not, and TAKE THE VOTE!"

Feinstein tweeted this week that Ford had sought confidentiality and "I honored that. It wasn't until the media outed her that she decided to come forward. "

These Are the Women Who Have Accused President Trump of Sexual Misconduct

By Samantha Cooney
Updated: December 13, 2017 2:09 PM ET | Originally published: December 12, 2017

Three of the women who accused President Trump of sexual misconduct said on Dec. 11 that they want Congress to investigate the multiple allegations against him.

Samantha Holvey, Jessica Leeds and Rachel Crooks appeared on Megyn Kelly Today and hosted a press conference, which featured video testimonials from 13 other women who are also Trump accusers, to call for Trump to be held accountable for his alleged actions.

While dozens of other men have lost their jobs over alleged sexual misconduct in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, including Democratic Sen. Al Franken and Rep. John Conyers, some of Trump’s accusers have said that they’re frustrated their allegations haven’t had the same effect on the President.

“Women have found strength in one another and the courage to come forward, leaving many powerful men to suffer the consequences of their actions,” Crooks said at the press conference. “Trump however, has escaped this path unscathed.”

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Trump has repeatedly denied allegations of sexual misconduct. The White House said in a statement on Dec. 11: “These false claims, totally disputed in most cases by eyewitness accounts, were addressed at length during last year’s campaign, and the American people voiced their judgment by delivering a decisive victory. The timing and absurdity of these false claims speaks volumes and the publicity tour that has begun only further confirms the political motives behind them.”

The accusations against Trump have gotten renewed attention thanks to the #MeToo movement, which has seen thousands of women sharing their personal stories of sexual harassment and misconduct. A handful of Democratic senators recently called on Trump to resign because of the allegations. Nikki Haley, whom Trump appointed as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, said on Dec. 10 that the women accusing Trump deserve to be heard.

These are the women who have accused Trump of sexual misconduct on the record, in chronological order from when their accusations surfaced.

1. Jill Harth

Years of alleged incidents: 1992-1993

Allegations: Harth, a makeup artist, filed a lawsuit in 1997 that claimed Trump repeatedly made unwanted sexual advances toward her. She told The Guardian in a July 20, 2016 article that he groped her under a table at a dinner with beauty pageant contestants in 1992. In January 1993, she told The Guardian, he “pushed me up against the wall, and had his hands all over me and tried to get up my dress again” in one of his children’s rooms at Mar-a-Lago.

Harth dropped her lawsuit weeks later after her then-romantic partner George Houraney settled a separate business lawsuit with Trump.

Trump’s response: Trump has denied the allegation. Michael Cohen, special counsel to Trump, told The Guardian at the time: “It is disheartening that one has to dignify a response to the below absurd query. Mr Trump denies each and every statement made by Ms. Harth as these 24-year-old allegations lack any merit or veracity.”

2. Bridget Sullivan

Year of alleged incident: 2000

Allegations: Sullivan, a former Miss New Hampshire and runner-up for Miss USA 2000, told BuzzFeed News for a May 18, 2016 story that Trump would hug “you just a little low on your back” and that he once walked through dressing rooms while many contestants were undressed.

Trump’s response: Trump spokesperson Hope Hicks told BuzzFeed News that the stories mentioned in the article are “totally false.”

3. Cassandra Searles

Caasandra Searles at the 2013 Miss USA Pageant in Las Vegas. (Michael Stewart)
Caasandra Searles at the 2013 Miss USA Pageant in Las Vegas. (Michael Stewart)
(Michael Stewart)

Year of alleged incident: 2013

Allegations: Searles, Miss Washington 2013, wrote in a June 2016 Facebook post: “Do y’all remember that one time we had to do our on stage introductions, but this one guy treated us like cattle and made us do it again because we didn’t look him in the eyes? Do you also remember when he then proceeded to have us lined up so he could get a closer look at his property? Oh I forgot to mention that guy will be in the running to become the next President of the United States. I love the idea of having a misogynist as the President.”

She added in a comment, according to Rolling Stone: “He probably doesn’t want me telling the story about that time he continually grabbed my ass and invited me to his hotel room.”

Trump’s response: Trump has denied all allegations, but hasn’t commented on the specifics of Searles’ accusation.

4. Tasha Dixon

Tasha Dixon at Manuel at The House Of Flaunt Designer Retreat Day (Michael Bezjian)
Tasha Dixon at Manuel at The House Of Flaunt Designer Retreat Day (Michael Bezjian)
Michael Bezjian)

Year of alleged incident: 2001

Allegations: Another Trump accuser, Dixon, a former Miss Arizona, told a Los Angeles CBS affiliate for an Oct. 11, 2016 story that Trump came into the dressing room at the 2001 Miss USA pageant while the women were “half naked changing in our bikinis. … There was no second to put a robe on or any sort of clothing or anything.” Dixon was 18 at the time.

In a 2005 interview with Howard Stern, unearthed by CNN during the campaign, Trump said that he went backstage during his pageants. “I’ll go backstage and everyone’s getting dressed, and everything else, and you know, no men are anywhere, and I’m allowed to go in because I’m the owner of the pageant and therefore I’m inspecting it,” Trump told Stern. “You know, I’m inspecting because I want to make sure that everything is good.”

Trump’s response: The campaign said in a statement to the Washington Post: “These accusations have no merit and have already been disproven by many other individuals who were present. When you see questionable attacks like this magically put out there in the final month of a presidential campaign, you have to ask yourself what the political motivations are and why the media is pushing it.”

5. Jessica Leeds

Jessica Leeds speaks during a press conference on Dec. 11, 2017. (Monica Schipper)
Jessica Leeds speaks during a press conference on Dec. 11, 2017. (Monica Schipper)
Monica Schipper)

Year of alleged incident: Early 1980s

Allegations: Leeds told the New York Times in an Oct. 12, 2016 story that Trump grabbed her breasts and tried to put his hand up her skirt when she sat next to him in first class on an airplane. “His hands were everywhere,” she said. Leeds told Megyn Kelly on Dec. 11, 2017 that she encountered Trump three years later at a charity gala in Manhattan, where he called her a “c–t.”

Trump’s response: At an October 2016 rally, Trump said of Leeds: “When you looked at that horrible woman last night, you said ‘I don’t think so. … I don’t think so.’ Whoever she is, wherever she comes from, the stories are total fiction. They are 100 percent made up. They never happened. They never would happen. I don’t think it happened with very many people, but they certainly aren’t gonna happen with me.”

6. Rachel Crooks

Rachel Crooks speaks during the press conference on Dec. 11, 2017. (Monica Schipper)
Rachel Crooks speaks during the press conference on Dec. 11, 2017. (Monica Schipper)
Monica Schipper)

Year of alleged incident: 2005

Allegations: Trump accuser Crooks told the New York Times in an Oct. 12, 2016 story that Trump kissed her without her consent while she was working as a receptionist for the Bayrock Group, which had an office inside Trump Tower. Crooks, who was 22 at the time, said that she encountered Trump outside an elevator, where she introduced herself. She said he began kissing her cheeks and then kissed her on the mouth. “It was so inappropriate,” Crooks told the Times.

Response: Trump told the Times: “None of this ever took place.”

7. Mindy McGillivray

Year of alleged incident: 2003

Allegations: McGillivray told the Palm Beach Post in an Oct. 12, 2016 story that Trump groped her behind at Mar-a-Lago. She was 23 at the time. She said that he had flirted with her at his Florida estate two years earlier.

Trump’s response: Trump has denied all of the allegations against him, but hasn’t addressed McGillivray’s specific claims.

8. Natasha Stoynoff

Journalist Natasha Stoynoff poses at the Simon & Schuster offices in downtown Toronto, Jan. 18, 2017.
Journalist Natasha Stoynoff poses at the Simon & Schuster offices in downtown Toronto, Jan. 18, 2017.
Andrew Francis Wallace—Toronto Star/Getty Images

Year of alleged incident: 2005

Allegations: Stoynoff, a former writer for People, which is owned by TIME’s parent company Time Inc., wrote an essay for People published Oct. 12, 2016 that alleged Trump “forc[ed] his tongue down my throat” during an interview at Mar-a-Lago. “You know we’re going to have an affair, don’t you?” Stoynoff said Trump told her at a time.

On Dec. 12, after Trump claimed he hadn’t met his accusers, People published a photo of Stoynoff with Trump and his wife Melania from the 2005 interview in Mar-a-Lago.

Trump’s response: At an October 2016 rally, Trump said: “She’s a liar. She is a liar… She’s writing a story — check out her Facebook page, you’ll understand.”

9. Mariah Billado

Year of alleged incident: 1997

Allegations: Billado, the 1997 Miss Vermont Teen USA, told BuzzFeed News for an Oct. 12, 2016 story that Trump walked into the dressing room while contestants were changing. She claimed that Trump said: “Don’t worry, ladies, I’ve seen it all before.”

Trump’s response: Trump has denied all allegations of sexual misconduct, but BuzzFeed News said Trump did not respond to Billado’s specific allegations.

10. Temple Taggart McDowell

Year of alleged incident: 1997

Allegations: Taggart McDowell told NBC News in an Oct. 13, 2016 story that Trump kissed her on the lips twice while she was representing Utah in the 1997 Miss USA pageant. She was 21 at the time. She said that a pageant chaperone witnessed the second alleged encounter and that it made her so uncomfortable that she advised Taggart McDowell not to be alone with Trump again.

Trump’s response: Trump told NBC News: “I don’t even know who she is. … She claims this took place in a public area. I never kissed her. I emphatically deny this ridiculous claim.”

11. Lisa Boyne

Year of alleged incident: Mid-1990s

Allegation: Boyne told HuffPost on Oct. 13. 2016 that at a dinner with Trump in the 1990s, women were only allowed to leave if they walked across the table. Boyne said Trump looked up the women’s skirts and commented on whether they were wearing underwear.

Trump’s response: Trump spokesperson Hope Hicks told HuffPost: “Mr. Trump never heard of this woman and would never do that.”

12. Summer Zervos

Summer Zervos attends a press conference on Jan. 17, 2017. (David McNew)
Summer Zervos attends a press conference on Jan. 17, 2017. (David McNew)
David McNew)

Year of alleged incident: 2007

Allegations: Zervos, a former contestant on The Apprentice, said at a press conference on Oct. 14 that Trump kissed her without her consent at his office in New York after she reached out to him for business advice. She said that he later groped her and kissed her “very aggressively” before a dinner in Beverly Hills.

In January, Zervos filed a lawsuit against Trump alleging that he defamed her when he said she fabricated her account.

Trump’s response: In a statement, Trump said: “I never met her at a hotel or greeted her inappropriately a decade ago. … That is not who I am as a person, and it is not how I’ve conducted my life.”

13. Kristin Anderson

Year of alleged incident: Early 1990s

Allegations: In an interview with The Washington Post for an Oct. 14, 2016 story, Anderson said Trump put his hand up her skirt and touched her vagina at a Manhattan nightclub when she was in her early 20s.

Trump’s response: Trump’s spokesperson Hope Hicks told the Post: “Mr. Trump strongly denies this phony allegation by someone looking to get some free publicity. It is totally ridiculous.”

14. Samantha Holvey

Samantha Holvey speaks during the press conference on Dec. 11, 2017. (Monica Schipper)
Samantha Holvey speaks during the press conference on Dec. 11, 2017. (Monica Schipper)
Monica Schipper)

Year of alleged incident: 2006

Allegations: Holvey, the 2006 Miss North Carolina, told CNN on Oct. 14, 2016 that Trump personally inspected each of the Miss USA contestants in the month before the event. She was 20 at the time. “He would step in front of each girl and look you over from head to toe like we were just meat, we were just sexual objects, that we were not people,” Holvey said. “You know when a gross guy at the bar is checking you out? It’s that feeling.”

Trump’s response: Trump denied all allegations against him, but didn’t address Holvey’s specific claims during the campaign. When Holvey appeared on Megyn Kelly Today on Dec. 11, 2017 with Leeds and Crooks, the White House said in a statement: “These false claims, totally disputed in most cases by eyewitness accounts, were addressed at length during last year’s campaign, and the American people voiced their judgement by delivering a decisive victory. The timing and absurdity of these false claims speaks volumes and the publicity tour that has begun only further confirms the political motives behind them.”

15. Cathy Heller

Year of alleged incident: 1997

Allegations: Heller told The Guardian in an Oct. 16, 2016 story that Trump grabbed her and kissed her on the side of her mouth at a Mother’s Day brunch at his Mar-a-Lago estate. She said he became angry when she rejected his advances. “Oh, come on,” Heller said Trump responded.

Trump’s response: Jason Miller, a spokesperson for the Trump campaign, told The Guardian: “There is no way that something like this would have happened in a public place on Mother’s Day at Mr. Trump’s resort. … It would have been the talk of Palm Beach for the past two decades.”

16. Karena Virginia

Karena Virginia at a press conference in New York on Oct. 20, 2016. (Justin Lane)
Karena Virginia at a press conference in New York on Oct. 20, 2016. (Justin Lane)
Justin Lane)

Year of alleged incident: 1998

Allegations: The yoga instructor said at an Oct. 20, 2016 press conference with her lawyer Gloria Allred that Trump touched her breast while she was waiting for a car service outside the U.S. Open. When she flinched, she said Trump told her: “Don’t you know who I am? Don’t you know who I am?”

She said that when she encountered him again years later, he looked her up and down.

Trump’s response: The Trump campaign said in a statement: “Discredited political operative Gloria Allred, in another coordinated, publicity seeking attack with the Clinton campaign, will stop at nothing to smear Mr. Trump. Give me a break. Voters are tired of these circus-like antics and reject these fictional stories and the clear efforts to benefit Hillary Clinton.”

17. Jessica Drake

Jessica Drake reads a statement on Oct. 22, 2016. (Mike Nelson)
Jessica Drake reads a statement on Oct. 22, 2016. (Mike Nelson)
Mike Nelson)

Year of alleged incident: 2006

Allegations: At a press conference on Oct. 22, 2016, Drake, an adult film star, said she met Trump at a charity golf tournament. She said he invited her to his hotel room. She said she brought two women to accompany her, and claimed that Trump hugged and kissed the three women without their permission once they arrived. She said that she left about 30 minutes later, but Trump later called asking her to come back alone. When she declined, Drake said Trump told her: “What do you want? How much?” She said he offered her $10,000 and use of his private plane and produced a photo taken of the two of them.

Response: A Trump spokesperson told CNN: “This story is totally false and ridiculous. The picture is one of thousands taken out of respect for people asking to have their picture taken with Mr. Trump. Mr. Trump does not know this person, does not remember this person and would have no interest in ever knowing her. This is just another attempt by the Clinton campaign to defame a candidate who just today is number one in three different polls. Anyone who would pay thugs to incite violence at a rally against American citizens, as was released on video, will stop at nothing. Just another example of the Clinton campaign trying to rig the election.”

During a New Hampshire radio interview, Trump said of his accusers: “These are stories that are made up, these are total fiction.” He added: “One said, ‘He grabbed me on the arm.’ And she’s a porn star. You know, this one that came out recently, ‘He grabbed me and he grabbed me on the arm.’ Oh, I’m sure she’s never been grabbed before.”

18. Ninni Laaksonen

Year of alleged incident: 2006

Allegations: Laaksonen, a former Miss Finland, told the Ilta-Sanomat newspaper for an Oct. 27, 2016 story that Trump grabbed her butt before she appeared on “Late Show With David Letterman” with other Miss Universe contestants. “I don’t think anybody saw it but I flinched and thought: ‘What is happening?’” she said. “It left me disgusted.”

Trump’s response: Trump has denied all allegations of sexual misconduct, but hasn’t addressed Laaksonen’s specific claims.

Trump Says Brett Kavanaugh 'Does Not Deserve This'

President Donald Trump gestures as he answers a reporter's question during a news conference with Polish President Andrzej Duda, in the East Room of the White House Tuesday.

Alex Brandon/AP

Updated at 6:05 p.m. ET

President Trump issued his most forceful defense yet of his embattled Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Tuesday.

Speaking to reporters during a press conference with Poland's president, Trump called Kavanaugh "a great man" and said that he feels "terribly" for the federal appeals court judge and his family.

Kavanaugh has been accused of sexual assault by Christine Blasey Ford, a 51-year-old California professor, who said that when they were both teenagers more than three decades ago Kavanaugh allegedly tried to grope her and take off her clothes.

The Senate Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing for Monday at which Kavanaugh will testify. The panel has also invited Ford, who has yet to respond to the invitation from senators.

"I feel so badly for him that he's going through this," Trump said during the joint news conference with Polish President Andrzej Duda. Trump blasted Democrats, and in particular Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., for not raising the accusation against Kavanaugh sooner. "She had this meeting, (with Kavanaugh) why didn't she bring it up?" Trump asked.

Democrats have said that Ford asked for anonymity in a letter she sent to her congresswoman, Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Calif., detailing the incident. Eshoo passed the letter to Feinstein, who turned it over to the FBI.

But Trump said he supported the additional Judiciary Committee hearing, saying "there shouldn't even be a little doubt," about Kavanaugh's nomination. "They will look at what she had to say from 36 years ago," he said, "and we will see what happens."

"Honestly, I feel terribly for him," Trump said of Kavanaugh, "for his wife, who is an incredible, lovely woman, and for his beautiful, young daughters."

Trump also spoke about trade and military matters in his press conference with the Polish leader. It was Trump's first formal question-and-answer session with reporters since July.

President Trump speaks to reporters before a private meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda in the Oval Office on Tuesday.

Evan Vucci/AP

Duda and Trump held private talks prior to the press conference Tuesday at the White House. In a photo-op earlier in the Oval Office, Trump also said he supported the planned hearing next week.

"A delay is certainly acceptable," Trump said in his Oval Office remarks. "We want to get to the bottom of everything, we want to let everybody to be able to speak up and to speak out."

He added, "It's a terrible thing that took place, and it's frankly a terrible thing that this information wasn't given to us a long time ago."

On trade — a day after imposing 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports, to which China retaliated with $60 billion in additional tariffs on U.S. goods — Trump said "we've just started." He repeated his frequent assertion that the U.S. has been the victim of unfair trade practices, saying "we've been ripped off by China, we've been ripped off by...the European Union, we've been ripped off by everybody."

The two leaders also discussed a possible U.S. military base in Poland. Trump said Poland offered "much more than $2 billion to do this, and so we're looking at it," for security reasons and for economic reasons.

Duda joked that such a facility could be called "Fort Trump."

The U.S. currently rotates troops into Poland. A former lieutenant general in the Army who commanded forces in Europe wrote in June that establishing a U.S. military base in Poland would be viewed by U.S. allies as "unnecessarily provocative." NPR's Tom reports that view was echoed Tuesday by a senior Defense Department official who questioned the notion of a permanent Polish base.

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Comment by mary gravitt on September 26, 2018 at 9:32am

Donald Trump is an unregistered Sex Offender, a bully, a Misogynist--who hates women but cannot function without them, a the greatest liar that every set foot in the White House.  He is bullshit personified.  He has no respect for the law because he has always paid off. He will learn the lesson of Nixon: it is not the crime but the cover-up that counts.

Comment by mary gravitt on September 26, 2018 at 9:39am

Maxine Waters is a better woman than Donald Trump is a man.


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