Fortunately, Graham does not think that scenario will play out, and suggested that the Federal Bureau of Investigation will not discover anything to dissuade Sens.
But by the time she appeared before the Judiciary Committee, Ford started saying that the alleged assault specifically happened in the summer of 1982 when she was 15 years old. "It would - in effect - be appealing the Senate's verdict directly to the American people".
The president's remarks are part of his and his GOP allies' attempts to defend their Supreme Court nominee from sexual assault allegations.
"It is a very scary time for young men in America, where you can be guilty of something you may not be guilty of", Trump said.
"The time for endless delay and obstruction has come to a close", he said.
He reiterated his earlier claims Tuesday that nowadays you are "guilty until proven innocent", and stepped up his line of argument that men are under attack in America, without mentioning survivors of sexual assault.
Arizona prosecutor Rachel Mitchell interrogated U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his sexual assault accuser Christine Blasey Ford in their September 27 hearing with the Senate Judiciary Committee. Well, you think it was...? Well you think? Nope, it was one beer.
"How did you get there? 'I don't remember,"' Mr Trump said imitating Ms Ford at the rally in Southaven, Mississippi. I don't remember. Where was the place? The race is one of the most contentious (and expensive) in the country for this year's midterm elections, seen as an opportunity for Republicans to grab a seat held by a vulnerable Democrat.
"'What neighbourhood was it in?' I don't know". What neighbourhood was it in? 'I don't know.' Where's the house? I don't know. Upstairs, downstairs, where was it? "'I had one beer, '" Trump began. "She was clear about what she couldn't remember as well, and crystal clear about the things she says she can never forget".
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., joined at right by Secretary for the Majority Laura Dove, walks to the chamber at the Capitol in Washington, Oct. 1, 2018.
The White House pushed back Monday by issuing statements from two other college friends of Kavanaugh, who contradicted Ludington. The contents are not expected to be made public.
Democratic Party politicians are raising questions both about the truthfulness of Mr Kavanaugh's sworn testimony to the Senate, and whether he has the temperament for the lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court.
It marked an aggressive change of tactics after Trump had opted to show restraint towards Christine Blasey Ford, calling her a "very credible witness" following her Senate testimony against Judge Brett Kavanaugh last week.
Trump's taunts could inflame a struggle over power and sex that has consumed the capital in recent weeks and risked alienating two of the undecided moderate Republicans whose votes will decide the fate of his nomination, Senators Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska.
Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, has said Friday would be too soon.