President Donald Trump accused Democrats of playing a "horrible con game" amid fresh allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Kavanaugh accuser's lawyer made the comment after Trump described him as a low-life yet again.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has reportedly questioned two men who claimed that they, not Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, were the ones who attacked Christine Blasey Ford.
Ford has reportedly sent letters to the Senate Judiciary Committee from four people supporting her claims of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Michael Avenatti said he had verified the claim.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley said he would do everything he could to avoid a "circus" at Thursday's hearing.
Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in prison.
Republican representative and current Senate candidate Kevin Cramer asked whether the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh should disqualify him, even if they're true.
Doubt has been cast over whether Christine Blasey Ford will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday after her legal team railed against a decision to hire an "experienced sex crimes prosecutor" for the hearing.
Butch Groves, the head of the upper school at the Oakridge School in Arlington, Texas, was suspended indefinitely after sending a direct message to attorney Michael Avenatti calling him a "f***ing douche bag."
The Republican and his wife left the Italian restaurant after a crowd entered and began chanting.
The couple appeared together to discuss the allegations.
The Republican said Christine Blasey Ford should be heard but that her testimony would not likely change his mind about Brett Kavanaugh.
"The nomination must be withdrawn," said Avenatti, amid evidence he claimed to have of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh having plied women with drugs and alcohol while in high school.
CNN's Stelter lashed out at right-wing pundits.
The Truth and Courage, or TNC, society has since disbanded.
The Senate Judiciary Committee released the letter, which originally had been sent to Senator Dianne Feinstein in July.
The Republican questioned how such an investigation would be carried out.
Attorney Michael Avenatti suggested Sunday that Dr. Christine Blasey Ford may not be "alone" in her accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
The panel of GOP women suggested they would back Kavanaugh regardless of whether the claims were true.
Garrett Ventry, a communications aide to the Senate Judiciary Committee, denied the allegations.
Without an investigation, Kavanaugh's confirmation would undermine the public's faith in the Supreme Court, according to the open letter.
"Judge Brett Kavanaugh is a fine man, with an impeccable reputation, who is under assault by radical left wing politicians," Trump tweeted of his Supreme Court nominee.
President Donald Trump said he believes "everything's going to be just fine" with Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh's nomination.