Allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, Trump's SCOTUS pick, should be taken "seriously" says Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski, one of the key swing votes.
Trump said Kavanaugh's second accuser "has nothing."
The president on Tuesday addressed the General Assembly for the second time.
The president is making his second address to the General Assembly.
The White House press secretary appeared on "Good Morning America."
Comedians mocked the president's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Monday.
The SCOTUS nominee gave an extraordinary interview ahead of Thursday's hearing.
Brett Kavanaugh's first accuser Christine Blasey Ford, ahead of an appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee, says "fear will not hold me back from testifying."
Christine Blasey Ford, ahead of her much-anticipated appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee, tells lawmakers that "fear will not hold me back from testifying."
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Monday sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee saying, "I will not be intimidated into withdrawing from this process."