The Cutting Room Floor
If your day was crazy or there was just too much news, we are here to give you a quick recap of the biggest and smallest stories of the day.
At a rally in Mississippi Trump took the time to mock Dr. Ford, the woman who testified Supreme Court nominee Bret Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her and the public did not respond well. California is being sued by the DOJ for the passage of a new net neutrality law
A third woman has come forward accusing Judge Kavanahugh of sexual assault, and Trump approved of a bill to fund the government until December 7th
Trump spoke a the United Nations General Assembly and Roenstien is showing up to work but may not have a job
The confirmation confusion behind judge Kavanaugh continues as the woman accusing him calls for an FBI investigation into her accusation
The vote to confirm Supreme Court nominee Judge Kavanaugh has been postponed amid allegations of sexual assault and the tensions with China grow as Trump threatens more tariffs.
Trump put his foot down about election meddling and in the same day ignored the possible devastation from Hurricane Florence
Nike has receives sharped criticism for their use of Colin Kaepernick in their 30th anniversary campaign. The #MeToo movement has a victory as CBS CEO steps down after 12 separate women come forward with sexual allegations. Oh and incase you didn’t know the government runs out of funding in 20 days.
We are back from our August recess! While we were gone two inside accounts of what exactly is going on behind the doors of the Oval were released and Judge Kavanaugh sat through four days of questioning, the start of his Supreme Court confirmation process.
Much like the House, the Cutting Room Floor is taking a brief recess for the remainder of August. We will be back in September with the same daily content!
Paul Manafort was found guilty on eight criminal charges and Michael Cohen plead guilty to eight criminal charges…