How We Got Here: What We Know About The Sexual Assault Cases That Are Bringing Up the “Toxic” Question Of Kavanaugh
Here’s a quick look at some of the major news that’s happened since the news broke.
The day after the Kavanaugh hearing, the president was accused of sexual assault by a woman.
The accuser, a woman named Christine Blasey Ford, has alleged that the president raped her in a hotel room in 1975.
She has said that she was 14 years old when she met the president.
The allegations against the president have been widely discredited by both parties, but the allegations against Ford have brought up the “toxic” question of whether the president should be impeached.
The House voted to impeach Trump in 2018.
It’s unclear what the Senate would do, but there are some things to keep in mind: The Senate has the power to impeas a president for a crime that has been committed before he or she takes office.
A president can be impeach for more serious crimes, such as murder, treason, and bribery.