Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley agreed late Friday night to allow the woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault more time to decide whether to testify before Congress.
President Trump cast the midterm elections as a referendum on him and his agenda, arguing at a rally here on Friday that a vote for any Democrat would empower “dangerous” and “crazy” people and sap the Republican Party’s fragile congressional majorit
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein strongly denied a report published Friday in the New York Times claiming he suggested wearing a wire to secretly record President Trump and discussed invoking the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.
Friday’s news: Kavanaugh’s accuser negotiates with the Senate Judiciary Committee on a potential testimony hearing. Plus, President Trump prepares for the upcoming midterm elections and U.N. meeting. Also, Trump’s former attorney, Michael Cohen, cooperates with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
President Trump called the Senate spending bill “ridiculous” on Thursday, demanding that Republicans do more to ensure greater funding for border security, particularly for his proposed border wall with Mexico.
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