Senators Questioning Ford

HuffPost reports that the GOP is considering ways to mitigate the problem, including possibly having their female staffers question Ford.It's unclear whether this would be in addition to or ...

Judiciary Committee Republicans hired a prosecutor from Arizona, Rachel Mitchell, to do most of the GOP members’ questioning. Republican senators will still be able to ask questions if they want to.

Republican senators hired an outside prosecutor to question Dr. Christine Blasey Ford on Thursday, despite her request that the GOP lawmakers do the job themselves.

Senators on the Judiciary Committee were each provided five minutes for questioning. “This is not a trial of Dr. Ford; it’s a job interview for Judge Kavanaugh,” said Ranking Member Dianne ...

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Although Ford had requested that senators question her rather than a lawyer, Senate Republicans defended Mitchell's hiring as necessary to ensure a fair and respectful hearing.

Rachel Mitchell will be tasked with questioning Ford on behalf of all 11 Republican senators on the committee. Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley confirmed her hiring on Tuesday evening.

Rachel Mitchell, counsel for Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans, questions Christine Blasey Ford as Senators, from left, Ben Sasse, R-Neb., Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Mike Lee, R-Utah., and John ...

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