Trump had previously claimed the allegations are false.
Ford alleges that during the summer of 1982, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a party.
Kavanaugh on Wednesday once again rejected the allegations as "last minute smears" that were "false and uncorroborated".
Judge Kavauaugh replied: "This is ridiculous and from the Twilight Zone". "It is not my responsibility to determine whether Mr. Kavanaugh deserves to sit on the Supreme Court", she said, but it is "my responsibility is to tell you the truth".
The senator was weighing his vote after testimony Thursday from California psychologist Christine Blasey Ford, who said Kavanaugh groped her and tried to take off her clothes when they were teens.
The moment crystallized the national debate over gender, power and whom to believe in the #Metoo era under President Donald Trump.
Many lawmakers commented the session, which laid bare the deep division between the two political parties, as one of the ugliest nomination hearings in decades. Jeff Flake outwardly didn't give an indication of how he will vote before Friday.
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Trump said America's economy is booming like never before and since his election, the USA has added Dollars 10 trillion in wealth. And so companies have a choice to either do business in Iran or in the United States. "We just don't see it as a big factor".
"We are now in a place where it's not about whether or not Judge Kavanaugh is qualified".
His nomination, they declare, has become "a referendum on how to address allegations of sexual assault".
Despite the bitter partisan battle that played out Thursday, Conway insisted that Kavanaugh will be able to maintain impartiality as a Supreme Court justice should he be confirmed.
Mitchell was retained by Republican Senators to question Christine Blasey Ford during the hearing on Thursday in order to avoid appearing insensitive. He has repeatedly called for Ford to testify to the Senate and indicated that he would wait to hear her speak to make up his mind on the confirmation.
President Donald Trump, who is in NY attending the annual UN General Assembly session, came out in support of his Supreme Court nominee and slammed Avenatti.
"We're at a unsafe point because if we have no more evidence and Kavanaugh's rejected, that sets the precedent that accusations are enough to derail. and if he's approved, then still there will be people who think that he's a sexual assaulter or rapist and there he is sitting at the Supreme Court". Trump said in a tweet.
Embattled SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh is facing two new sexual assault accusations, including raping a woman on a boat in 1985 and aggressively shoving a woman against the wall of a bar in a sexual way in 1998. "I never saw Brett act in the manner Dr. Ford describes". "I can tell people are irritated", he said.
But the laughter, and the identity of her attacker, Ford said, remained crystal clear.