I don't remember. How'd you get there?
Earlier in the day, Trump bemoaned what he says has become the marching orders in the #MeToo movement - guilty until proven innocent.
"The time for endless delay and obstruction has come to a close", he said.
Sen. Mazie Hirono, a Democrat from Hawaii, said, "We're going to put a conspiracy theory believer on the court?"
Here's something you might not expect to enter a conversation about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh: The band UB40.
Judge could conceivably corroborate the testimony of Kavanaugh or Ford.
He and Collins could be key votes in confirming Kavanaugh in the Senate, which Republicans control by a slim 51-49 margin.
The strategy came as the FBI conducts a limited investigation into allegations of sexual assault by Kavanaugh but with great uncertainty about whether the probe will unearth anything conclusive by the end of the week, when Republicans are pressing for a vote.
Democrats have seized most recently on Kavanaugh's indignant, emotional testimony before the Judiciary Committee to question whether he has the temperament for a lifetime appointment on the nation's highest court.
"You could be somebody that was ideal your entire life and somebody could accuse you of something - doesn't necessarily have to be a woman - but somebody could accuse you of something and you're automatically guilty".More news: Giants fans give Pence standing ovation in final game
Trump's GOP badly needs to motivate men, especially the white, working-class men who fueled the president's political rise, experts say.
Also Tuesday, an attorney for another accuser, Deborah Ramirez, said he's seen no indication that the Federal Bureau of Investigation has reached out to any of the 20 people who Ramirez told them may be able to corroborate her account that Kavanaugh exposed himself to her when they were Yale freshmen.
'I had one beer!' Trump told the noisy crowd, mocking Ford's testimony that she can't remember the date or location of the alleged attack, but was sure that she had only consumed one beer.
"What neighbourhood was it in? I don't know", he continued, as the audience from DeSoto County - a heavily conservative region - applauded. "I had one beer!" he said.
The FBI will also question Leland Keyser and P.J. Smyth, two people who Ford said were at the gathering of teenagers where Kavanaugh allegedly assaulted her. Trump said. "And a man's life is in tatters!"
"A man's life is shattered", the POTUS said of Kavanaugh, ho had denied all allegations.
Senator Jeff Flake, a moderate Republican who could be pivotal in the confirmation vote, raised concerns about the judge's "partisan" tone at the Judiciary Committee hearing. "We simply can't", Flake, who is retiring as a senator in January, said at an event in Washington.
Swetnick said in a declaration that Kavanaugh was physically abusive toward girls in high school and was at a house party in 1982 where she says she was the victim of a gang rape.
The FBI will pass its findings to the White House, which will give them to the Senate. "I graduated from high school and while I did not drink, I saw a lot of people drinking", he said. Judge has previously denied any memory of such an incident.
"Despite these efforts, we have received no response from anyone involved in this investigation, and no response to our offer for Dr. Ford to be interviewed", the lawyers wrote. Chuck Grassley repeated his request for notes from Ford's therapy sessions, details of her communications with The Washington Post and any recordings of her taking a lie detector test.
Pushing back on the Democratic attacks, Republicans said Kavanaugh had every right to be upset during the hearing.