Good morning and welcome to Fox News First. Here’s what you need to know as you start your day …Biden allegations vs. Kavanaugh case: How the evidence compares In 2018, in the weeks after Christine Blasey Ford publicly accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her at a party in high school, she was unable to produce any corroborating, contemporaneous witnesses to demonstrate that she had mentioned the alleged assault to anyone — or even that she had ever met Kavanaugh.In fact, Ford’s friend Leland Keyser would contradict her narrative, saying it “just didn’t make any sense.” Although Ford claimed Keyser had attended the 1982 party during which the alleged assault occurred, Keyser had no recollection of the event or anything similar and asserted that it was implausible that Ford couldn’t recall how she had gotten home or where exactly the party had occurred. Kavanaugh himself forcefully denied the accusation.Nevertheless, Ford’s accusation immediately reverberated throughout the nation’s political landscape and dominated the coverage of every major media organization. Virtually all Democratic senators called for a serious inquiry or Kavanaugh’s withdrawal from consideration for the Supreme Court. Later, similar uncorroborated accusations by Deborah Ramirez and Michael Avenatti client Julie Swetnick only added


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