These are the key players to know before Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh addresses the multiple sexual assault allegations against him.
WASHINGTON – Christine Blasey Ford is expected to tell members of the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday that she was terrified when Brett Kavanaugh allegedly attacked her more than 30 years ago at a high school party in suburban Maryland.
“I believed he was going to rape me,” Ford is expected to say, according to testimony released Wednesday by her attorney, Debra S. Katz.
Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court, has strongly denied Ford’s allegations.
Ford will appear before the committee Thursday morning at 10 a.m. EDT, followed separately by Kavanaugh.
Here’s Ford’s testimony:
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