Kavanaugh in flames

Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court is in flames.

Only days before the scheduled Senate vote, a law professor from California, Christine Blasey Ford, came forward to accuse Kavanaugh of attempting to rape her in high school. The Senate is in confusion and Republicans are in disarray, unclear how to move forward, especially with the November midterm elections only six weeks away.

In today’s episode of the UnPresidented podcast, Cliff and I walk you through Judge Kavanaugh’s MeToo moment, why Dr. Ford’s charges appear credible, and why Kavanaugh ought to be increasingly worried that his near-certain seat on the court is quickly slipping away.

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