President Trump said he believes he treated Christine Blasey Ford with respect even though he admitted mocking her inability to remember numerous details of the night when she said Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in 1982.
Trump openly questioned Ford's claims and mocked the broader #MeToo movement during a rally in MS, just days after the woman gave emotional testimony about her allegations before the Senate Judiciary Committee. "I didn't really make fun of her", Mr. Trump told correspondent Lesley Stahl, "I said the person that we're talking about didn't know the year, the time, the place".
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He pointed to a fall in barley yields in the United Kingdom this spring as proof of climate change's effect on the crop. Decreasing yields would leave less barley for beer production, as its use as food and cattle feed takes precedence.
Trump confessed, "Had we not made that speech we would not have won".
Facing the prospect of an electoral defeat that could imperil his presidency, President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he won't accept the blame if Republicans lose the House in November, arguing that he is "helping" Republican candidates in the midterms.
Organizers said that 50 percent of the event's proceeds will go to charity, 25 percent to the Ali Forney Center and 25 percent to Planned Parenthood.
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When the score was 0:4 Wang Qiang tried to get back in the game but to stop a young Ukrainian woman today, she was not able to do. Garbine Muguruza advanced to the semifinals of the Hong Kong Open with a 6-2, 7-5 victory over Luksika Kumkhum on Friday.
"I had one beer".
Trump responded by changing the subject: "They can do what they - I - I will tell you this". But I had one beer.
Justice Kavanaugh was sworn into the Supreme Court earlier this month.
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And they said that non-believers can also find meaning in the ritual, explaining: "Even if you don't believe in the magic of it, you're given the space and the affirmation, having your voice heard, feeling a sense of fellowship and camaraderie".