Sep 22, 2018
Brett Kavanaugh: Judge accuser 'given more time' for hearing
The woman who accuses US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault has been given an extra day to decide whether she will testify against him at a confirmation hearing. Judge Kavanaugh has repeatedly denied the allegations. The feelings are strong on both sides - with both Prof Ford and Brett Kavanaugh and his wife both receiving threats and rallies of support over the matter. As Mr Trump's pick, Brett Kavanaugh has to first approved in the Senate before he can take his seat - but before that vote can happen, he has to be approved by the judiciary committee, where Prof Ford may testify. "It doesn't surprise me that for more than 30 years, Christine Blasey Ford didn't talk about the assault she remembers," she wrote, adding: "It's important to understand how memory works in a traumatic event."
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