Will change mind if allegations against Kavanaugh credible: Trump
President Trump says he believes the accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh are “false.” Speaking made the comment at a news conference a day ahead of Kavanaugh’s testimony and that of Christine Blasey Ford, a woman who accuses him of sexually assaulting her when they were teens. Trump himself appeared to be wavering, saying he’s “open to changing my mind” about Kavanaugh if Ford’s testimony is compelling. Kavanaugh is being challenged on multiple fronts, with his accusers and former classmates and college friends saying the good-guy image he is projecting to the public bears little relation to the hard-partying behavior they witnessed in his youth. Ford will testify first at the hearing, which at her request is being held in a small a wood-paneled hearing room that seats only a few dozen people not on the committee.