The president may have been referring to a round of Fox News polls that suggested a "Republican trend in the fight for the U.S. Senate."
Jeanine Pirro: "Women who have been victimized are asking the same question, Why do I remember when I was raped?"
Amid the saga over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Democrats' poll advantage decreased as Republicans galvanized.
Columbia Law School professor Bernard Harcourt said he and his peers signed the letter after discussions over Supreme Court nominee's "unprecedented and unfathomable" behavior.
Republican leadership told the FBI to limit the scope of the inquiry, reportedly causing uncertainty at the bureau.
Attorney Michael Avenatti said the woman is willing to come forward to assist the FBI with its investigation.
"I thought Kavanaugh was treated like crap," said the Republican senator, to which those attending the event responded immediately with boos. "Yea, well, boo yourself."
The Kavanaugh hearings were more a Rorschach test than anything else, revealing more about us—the American people—than the innocence of the accuser or accused.
A letter reportedly written by Brett Kavanaugh in 1983 makes multiple references to drinking.
The president's son lashed out at his critics on Twitter.
Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana criticized Democrats looking into allegations against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
"I mean, really, yes, it deserves a lot of laughter," Hillary Clinton said Tuesday.
"When each narrative the left comes up with to destroy a good man with 0 proof fails they try another," Trump Jr. tweeted. "This is how the left plays!"
"I will not use civil words to describe mass incivility," the professor tweeted.
"All this whining about the poor plight of white men is ridiculous," a CNN analyst said.
Trump's embattled Supreme Court nominee got into a fight after a UB40 concert in 1985.
The Supreme Court nominee was a "very mean drunk" in high school, Julie Swetnick said in her first televised interview about her allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.
The South Carolina senator said Trump should appeal directly to voters if his Supreme Court nominee is not confirmed by the Senate.
Brett Kavanaugh's Harvard Law School course on the Supreme Court appears to have been canceled.
Both Kavanaugh and Trump blamed Democrats for the sexual assault allegations against them.
"You cannot prove a sexual assault of Dr. Ford," Megyn Kelly said on the Today show Monday. "You can't, even she can't."
"F.B.I. agents are experts at interviewing people and quickly dispatching leads to their colleagues around the world," Comey said.