Trump shamelessly mocks Ford as more Kavanaugh dirt surfaces

Trump shamelessly mocks Ford as more Kavanaugh dirt surfacesIf President Trump’s statement Tuesday morning that it’s a “very scary time for young men in America” had you screaming into the void, just wait until you watch him mock Christine Blasey Ford. At an evening rally in Mississippi, Trump ridiculed Ford’s emotional Senate testimony against his Supreme Court pick Judge Brett Kavanaugh, who Ford says sexually assaulted her when they were in high school in the 1980s.  SEE ALSO: No matter what happens now, history’s judgment on Kavanaugh is already clear While Ford has said she is certain it was Kavanaugh who trapped her on a bed, groped her, and covered her mouth so she couldn’t scream for help at a summer party, as his friend watched, she has also noted that other memories from the night are hazy. She doesn’t remember how she got home, for example. It’s common for sexual assault victims to remember the attack in great detail, but experience other memory gaps.   President Trump maliciously used that handicap against Ford at the rally. WATCH: President Trump mocks Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Trump’s Supreme Court pick Judge Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, during rally in Mississippi. https://t.co/pZfWN8IFMV pic.twitter.com/81YEs8oXr5 — MSNBC (@MSNBC) October 3, 2018 “How did you get home? I don’t remember. How’d you get there? I don’t remember. Where is the place? I don’t remember. … And a man’s life is in tatters,” Trump stated, mocking Ford’s testimony from last week.  Trump’s cruel tirade came after Kavanaugh’s former classmates revealed stories of excessive drinking in his youth. Since the Senate hearing, in which Kavanaugh dodged questions about whether he had a drinking problem or ever vomited from drinking too much, news has surfaced of a 1985 bar fight and a 1983 letter in which Kavanaugh called himself and his friends “loud obnoxious drunks with prolific pukers among us.” After Ford’s measured testimony, Kavanaugh came out raging, at times shouting, crying, and disrespecting Democratic senators as they grilled him. It’s been reported that Trump pushed his Supreme Court nominee to be more furious about the accusation. And if it was anger he wanted out of Kavanaugh, Trump got it. Not that it was a good look. Kavanaugh’s tone on Capitol Hill that day has been widely criticized, especially when compared to Ford’s collegial nature.  The Senate is expected to vote this week on Kavanaugh’s confirmation as the FBI wraps up a short-term investigation into Ford’s account. Ford first told her husband and therapist about the assault, naming Kavanaugh, in 2012, long before he was nominated for a life-time appointment to the highest court in the U.S. She’s also been the target of threats from Trump supporters since coming forward and has had to move and hire a security detail. Trump’s remarks in Mississippi also follow a bombshell
New York Times report noting various tax schemes, some which could be considered fraudulent, in the 1990s.  It looks like bad news after bad news for Trump.  WATCH: Jennifer Lawrence, Reese Witherspoon speak out about sexual harassment in Hollywood


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First Case Surfaces of Law Enforcement Forcing Suspect to Unlock iPhone With Face ID

  1. First Case Surfaces of Law Enforcement Forcing Suspect to Unlock iPhone With Face ID  Mac Rumors
  2. FBI makes suspect unlock iPhone X in first confirmed instance of forced Face ID  AppleInsider
  3. First known case of law enforcement requiring suspect to unlock their iPhone using Face ID  9to5Mac
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Galaxy Note 9 release date, specs and price: Hands-on review surfaces weeks before launch

  1. Galaxy Note 9 release date, specs and price: Hands-on review surfaces weeks before launch  The INQUIRER
  2. Samsung Galaxy Note 9: What to expect  Android Community
  3. This stunning Galaxy S10 concept is the stuff dreams are made of  BGR
  4. Exclusive: Pictures reveal Samsung’s Android Go smartphone won’t run stock Android  SamMobile
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Multifunctional ferrofluid-infused surfaces with reconfigurable multiscale topography

Multifunctional ferrofluid-infused surfaces with reconfigurable multiscale topography

Multifunctional ferrofluid-infused surfaces with reconfigurable multiscale topography, Published online: 25 June 2018; doi:10.1038/s41586-018-0250-8

By infusing a ferrofluid into a microstructured matrix and applying a magnetic field, dynamic, multiscale topographical reconfigurations emerge, enabling functions such as colloidal self-assembly, switchable adhesion and friction, and biofilm removal.
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New Galaxy Tab Advanced 2 surfaces online, could be sold alongside XL model

  1. New Galaxy Tab Advanced 2 surfaces online, could be sold alongside XL model  Phone Arena
  2. The flip phone is about to make a big comeback as foldable screen nears reality  Yahoo Finance UK
  3. Samsung Gear S4 and Tab S4 may be introduced later than the Galaxy Note 9  TechRadar
  4. Apple, Samsung designers have only one way left to impress consumers: Foldable phones  CNBC
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Russian Oligarch, After Visa Troubles in Britain, Surfaces in Israel

  1. Russian Oligarch, After Visa Troubles in Britain, Surfaces in Israel  New York Times
  2. Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich ‘eligible to be Israeli citizen’  BBC News
  3. Chelsea owner Abramovich takes Israeli citizenship: report  Reuters
  4. Roman Abramovich Lands in Israel – but Has He Secretly Been an Israeli for Years?  Haaretz
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After report of a possible gator attack, a body surfaces without bite marks

  1. After report of a possible gator attack, a body surfaces without bite marks  USA TODAY
  2. Body found in alligator-infested Florida pond where attack was feared had no wildlife marks, officials said  Fox News
  3. Search crews find body in alligator-infested pond after possible attack  CBS News
  4. Body found in east Orange County pond had no signs of gator attack, deputies say  Orlando Sentinel
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