Brett Kavanaugh’s former women law clerks who were willing to discuss the fast-moving controversy surrounding his Supreme Court nomination still support him as he prepares to defend himself before the Senate Judiciary Committee from an accusation of sexual misconduct.

Christine Blasey Ford, the California professor who accused Kavanaugh, came forward publicly to give details of the alleged sexual assault that occurred while both were in high school during the 1980s. On Monday, Kavanaugh and Ford said they were willing to testify, and the Senate Judiciary Committee scheduled a hearing for Monday, Sept. 24.

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