"Bring your rage": Witches plan to hex Brett Kavanaugh in public ritual

Amal Clooney Blasts Trump For Mocking Dr. Christine Blasey Ford

Asked during an interview Sunday on CBS' "60 Minutes" that he seemed to suggest she was lying about the incident at a high school party, Trump said, "I'm not going to get into it because we won. And he won't rest easy in his job". "That means the president of a country should not publicly ridicule a woman who courageously comes forward to allege abuse". Kavanaugh fiercely denied the allegations in a emotional testimony. By comparison, Republicans running for those seats took in just $4.2 million in aggregate.

Waters said the federal judge's confirmation is disappointing but should not stop activists from continuing protests. When pressed on that claim, the president said, "You know what?"

They added that anyone who wishes to direct their anger at other people can do so, saying: "He will be the focal point, but by no means the only target, so bring your rage and and all of the axes you've got to grind".

Furthermore, Ginsburg-who was herself confirmed 96-3 in 1993-lamented Kavanaugh's hearing process, notably referring to it as "a highly partisan show", wishing for a "magic wand" to wave and return to the old, less-partisan days.

Waters has encouraged harassment of public officials in the past, famously telling supporters to "create a crowd" when they see Republican officials to "tell them they're not welcome".

"I didn't really make fun of her", Trump said.

Trump said that Washington lawyer Pat Cipollone will serve as his next White House counsel and that he hoped to announce a replacement for U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley in the next week or two. Waters has so far not definitively supported that course of action. Watch Trump's reaction to Stahl as he shrugs off the criticism.



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