Cartoonist Kevin Siers of The Charlotte Observer shows Republicans drinking from Donald J. Trump's libation, and saying, "If these women were so worried about being attacked, why did they show up to our party?"
Cartoonist David Fitzsimmons of The Arizona Daily Star didn't take sides after the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court. Fitzsimmons says, "And the victim is ....?"
By VICTOR E. SASSON
HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Many Americans are having second thoughts about supporting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after the judge showed a total lack of judicial temperament and claimed to be a victim of a left-wing conspiracy.
Meanwhile, when President Trump told the United Nations General Assembly his administration has accomplished more than any other in history, 100 world leader, their ministers and ambassadors laughed, interrupting his speech.
Another chaotic week exposed an all-out partisan war over allegations Kavanaugh, described as falling down drunk, tried to rape a 15-year-old girl during a gathering in 1982, when he was attending a Catholic high school.
Still, Republican senators agreed to postpone a vote in the Senate to approve his nomination to the nation's highest court to allow the FBI to question others who were at the gathering.
Trump, the sex predator in the White House, gave the FBI a week to interview those named by Christine Blasey Ford, who alleged Kavanaugh tried to rape her.
Her powerful testimony at a Senate hearing -- and Kavanaugh's tearful, angry rebuttal and claim "the Clintons" were taking revenge on him -- kept millions riveted to their TVs on Thursday.
Cartoonist Bruce Plante of the Tulsa World called Christine Blasey Ford "courageous."