Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's testimony released ahead of Senate Judiciary hearing
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Another day of stunning developments with more sexual misconduct allegations coming out against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Wednesday, President Donald Trump said while he thinks all the allegations are false, he will be watching the testimony of the first accuser very closely tomorrow, and could conceivably pull Kavanaugh's nomination.
In an 8-page document, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford details her account of alleged sexual assault when she was still in high school.
In the documents, Dr. Ford even says she feared Brett Kavanaugh was going to accidentally kill her.
Dr. Ford plans to say she is coming forward not because she wants to, and that she's terrified, but feels it's her civic duty to tell the Senate Judiciary Committee what happened to her while she and Kavanaugh were in high school, calling him "the boy who sexually assaulted me."
"These are all false, to me, these are false accusations," said President Donald Trump.
During a news conference in New York Wednesday, President Trump called the mounting allegations a "big fat con job" by democrats.
"As far as women, whether it's a man or a woman, these are, you know it can happen the other way, allegations can go the other way also. You understand that," said President Trump. "But, I could pick a woman and she could have charges made from very many years ago also."
In her testimony, Dr. Ford says "I believed [Kavanaugh] was going to rape me," and says he put his hand over her mouth in an effort to stop her from breathing, making it hard for her to breathe.
"I thought that Brett was accidentally going to kill me," Dr. Ford writes.
Two more women have now come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct.
The latest, Julie Swetnick, claims she repeatedly saw Kavanaugh drunk at high school parties, even spiking punch bowls to get girls drunk so multiple boys could have sex with them.
Kavanaugh denied all the allegations saying in a statement, "That is false. I've never participated in gang rape. I think it's absurd, outrageous, a joke, a farce, the Twilight Zone."
President Trump says he wants to hear the testimony for himself tomorrow, but he did open the door to possibly pulling the plug on Kavanaugh's nomination.
"The republican senators have delayed this for weeks now. They're giving the women a major chance to speak. Now it's possible I'll hear that and I'll say 'hey, I'm changing my mind,'" said President Trump. "That is possible. We want to give them a chance to speak."
Dr. Ford is scheduled to testify at 10 a.m. Thursday morning in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
In her testimony, Dr. Ford writes it is not her responsibility to determine whether Mr. Kavanaugh deserves to sit on the Supreme Court, but it is her responsibility to tell the truth.