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Grassley's Office: Christine Blasey Ford’s Demands in Exchange for Testimony are Non-Starters

The woman accusing Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault during a high school party nearly 40 years ago, Christine Blasey Ford, has given the Senate Judiciary Committee a list of demands she says must be met before she's willing to testify about the incident under oath. 


According to Chairman Chuck Grassley's staff, these demands are non-starters.

Committee staff has been in negotiations with Ford's attorney, Democrat operative Debra Katz, for days about receiving testimony. They've offered to fly staff to California for a private interview, in addition to offering a public or private hearing in front of the Committee on Capitol Hill. At this time all options have been refused, despite Katz saying in multiple media interviews this week her client was prepared to testify publicly and wanted to do "whatever it takes" to be heard. Further, in a Washington Post story nearly a week ago, Blasey Ford begged to "be heard." Chairman Chuck Grassley obliged by setting up a hearing for Monday. Blasey Ford is now refusing to show up. 


Blasey Ford has been given a deadline of 10 a.m. et Friday to make a decision about whether she will testify Monday.

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