Brett Kavanaugh's aggressive behavior while drunk once led to a friend being arrested, one of his former Yale classmates claimed.
Lindsey Graham said he spoke to President Donald Trump who was very "complimentary" and passed on a similar tribute from first lady Melania Trump.
The senators who will decide Brett Kavanaugh's fate gave their verdicts after a day of powerful testimonies from the Supreme Court nominee and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.
Fox News host said Christine Blasey Ford's testimony about an alleged assault by Brett Kavanaugh was "extremely emotional, extremely raw, and extremely credible."
"If there's a rapist on the loose, if you don't tell anybody, if Bernie Madoff rips you off and you don't tell his other investors, you're part of the problem, are you not?" Carlson said while defending Brett Kavanaugh.
President Donald Trump repeatedly touted the benefits of patriotism during his speech before the United Nations general assembly.
James Roche released a statement the day after a second woman accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, throwing his confirmation to the highest court in the land into further doubt.
Brett Kavanaugh has continued to deny the allegations against him.
Noel Francisco previously argued that the president had the constitutional right to fire all employees.
The Senate Judiciary Committee's top Democrat immediately called for Kavanaugh's nomination process to be suspended.
"In the very near future, Judge Kavanaugh will be on the United States Supreme Court," the Senate majority leader told a group of conservatives on Friday.
The White House fact sheet that detailed the amount spent on recovery came after Donald Trump had repeatedly questioned the death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Kellyanne Conway said the allegation facing Brett Kavanaugh "has to be weighed against what we already know, which is Judge Kavanaugh is a man of character and integrity."
"This is, I believe, is not the beginning of the end but the end of the beginning for Donald Trump," Norm Eisen told ABC News.
"You'd have to talk to the president about where the number came from," Kevin Hassett said.
"Not doing that," Melania Trump reportedly said. "No way. No, no, no."
Tony Schwartz made the comments in response to Donald Trump hitting out at a writer of an anonymous op-ed from within his own administration.