During the Anita Hill hearing, there was no standard of proof that the Senate Judiciary Committee had to determine the veracity of her claims. 27 years later, Lawrence wonders if the Committee will have a standard for evaluating Christine Blasey Ford's accusations against Brett Kavanaugh during their expected testimony next Monday.
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Lawrence: What Is Standard Of Proof On Brett Kavanaugh Allegations? | The Last Word | MSNBC