"I'm going to help raise $3 million to match that because that criticism is absolutely abominable that they would say that about her for everything that she has stood for in her lifetime related to feminist issues", Grassley told Martha MacCallum on "The Story".
"I put myself in his shoes", she said.
Hirono has been a vocal opponent of Kavanaugh's confirmation, calling the FBI investigation into sexual assault allegations against the judge "a sham" on the Senate floor on Thursday and arguing Tuesday on CNN's "New Day" that "the portrayal of himself as practically a choir boy is very much contradicted by his roommate, for example, in college, as well as people who knew him in high school". It did not mention the sexual misconduct claims against him that emerged in the past month - claims Kavanaugh has denied.
Rice said at The New Yorker Festival Sunday: "For the last twenty-so years, I've been a homeowner in the state of Maine". "Senator Collins votes YES on Kavanaugh and your pledge will go to her opponent's campaign, once that opponent has been identified". For her part, Collins bristled at the campaign and said it amounted to bribery.
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Rice, who served in former President Barack Obama's White House, declined to comment through a spokeswoman. Rice is not now a ME resident - she has family ties to the state - but would bring political celebrity that could make it hard for the state's shallow bench of lesser-known Democrats to stand out. "He has apologized for that, both directly to her and in a column that he wrote". (She also voted for the Trump tax cuts.) Sen.
And in an even more tone-deaf statement, Collins told CBS Face the Nation, "The one silver lining that I hope will come from this is that more women will press charges now when they are assaulted".
In voting with her party, Collins exploded the myth that there is a viable moderate wing of the GOP at the national level. Well, to say that she thinks that Dr. Ford thinks that she was assaulted, what is that?
In the wake of Collins' vote, Planned Parenthood's political fundraising arm said on Twitter, "This isn't just another vote". And if all goes the way it appears to be heading, that could mean the end of the line for her long senatorial career. "I worked to preserve funding for Planned Parenthood over and over again, and I'm going to continue to do so".